Monday, 15 July 2019
National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
Phone: 011.23092771 e-mail: email@example.com
Mob: 9718686800/9319917295 website: http://www.nfpe.blogspot.com
No.PF-1(e) 2019 Date: 15th July, 2019
All General Secretaries / NFPE Office bearers
All Circle / Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE Unions
NFPE Federal Secretariat Meeting was held at NFPE Office , North Avenue , New Delhi in the forenoon on 13.07.2019 , in which all General Secretaries & available office bearers of NFPE participated.
A thorough review was taken in the meeting and Federal Secretariat came to an unanimous conclusion that on the long pending demands of Postal Employees a Memorandum should be submitted to Secretary(Post) and agitational programmes should be conducted in phased manner along with PJCA.
PJCA Meeting was also scheduled in the Afternoon of dated 13.07.2019, so it was decided that the decisions taken in PJCA should be endorsed and implemented.
PJCA Circular alongwith programme of Action., Charter of demands and Memorandum addressed to The Secretary (Post) is enclosed herewith for favour of compliance of all programmes as decided by PJCA.
11th FEDERAL COUNCIL OF NFPE:
11th Federal Council of NFPE will be held at Vrindaban (Mathura) UP from 20th to 22nd November-2019. It was approved by Federal Secretariat on 13.07.2019.
A.I.C. OF P-III UNION
All India Conference of AIPE Union Group-C will be held at Hyderabad from 20th to 22nd October-2019. Reception Committee was formed in a meeting held at Hyderabad on 14th July, 2019 , Coms. R.N. Parashar, J. Ramamurthy, K.V. Sridharan, Veeramani, P Suresh G/S R-IV , P. Mohan G/S Casual; Labourers Union and so many other leaders of various organizations of Central, State Government, Bank, Insurance, CITU ,AITUC participated. Dr. Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, MLC (Govt. Whip Telangana State ) was elected as Chairman Reception Committee and Com. SSRA Prasad, General Secretary, Reception Committee. Various committees were also formed.
AIC OF AIPSBCO EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION : Was recently held at Haridwar on 5th & 6th July-2019. Coms. Srikant Malik (Odisha), SHP Jasmine Jalal Begam (TN) and Rajnish Gupta (C.G.) were elected as President, General Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
We on behalf of NFPE appeal to entire rank and file of NFPE to conduct all the programmes as decided by PJCA and make the same as grand success to achieve the long pending genuine demands.
With Fraternal greetings.
Monday, 8 July 2019
Saturday, 6 July 2019
DEREGULATING LABOUR LAW RESTRICTIONS -- PIB
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Ministry of Finance04-July, 2019 12:11 IST
Deregulating labour law restrictions
The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman tabled the Economic Survey 2018-19 in Parliament today.
Deregulating labour law restrictions can create significantly more jobs, as seen by the recent changes in Rajasthan when compared to the rest of the states. The Survey states no major labour reforms were initiated by the states from 2007 to 2014. In 2014, Rajasthan was the first State that introduced labour reforms in the major Acts. Thereafter, many States followed Rajasthan. A comparison between the indicators for labour, capital and productivity of manufacturing firms makes it clear that flexibility labour laws creates a more conducive environment for growth of industry and employment generation. The States which are rigid in respect of their labour laws are suffering in all dimensions and are unable to create enough employment and cannot attract adequate capital into their States.
On average, plants in labour-intensive industries and in States that have transited towards more flexible markets are 25.4 per cent more productive than their counterparts in States which continue to have labour rigidities.
Size based Limitations posed by Key Labour Legislations
Applicability of Establishments
Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Chapter V relating to strikes, lockouts, retrenchment, layoff
Employing 100 or more workers
Trade Union Act, 2001 – Registration of trade unions
Membership of 10 per cent or 100 workmen whichever is less
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
100 or more workmen
Factories Act, 1948
10 or more workers with power and 20 or more workers without power
Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970
20 or more workers engaged as contract labour
The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
Employment in the schedule having more than 1000 workers in the State
Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 – ESI Scheme
10 or more workers and employees monthly wage does not exceed Rs.21000/-
Employees’ Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
20 or more workers
Wednesday, 8 May 2019
Sunday, 5 May 2019
ALL INDIA POSTAL CASUAL, PART TIME CONTINGENT AND CONTRACT WORKERS FEDERATION
A.P. CIRCLE, GUNTUR 522 004
No. aipcpccwf/absorption/4-1 Dt. 6-5-2019
The Post Master General
VIJAYAWADA 520 003
Sub- request for absorption of contingent workers
Of P&T DISPENSARY-Reg
This is regarding absorption of contingent workers in P&T Dispensary. Now all P&T dispensaries are converted as CGHS WELLNESS CENTERS from1-4-2019 and guidelines issued to absorb all willing staff working in dispensaries in CGHS. But unfortunately CGHS authorities could not take any decision on absorption of contingent staff working in dispensaries in the name of no provision for established posts in that cadre and sent report to Directorate for instructions on the matter. Directorate informed when we contacted that till formation of new govt. we cannot take any decision. Because of this contingent workers who are working in dispensaries are left without job and poor workers are suffering.
In this connection, we request the kind PMG to examine the issue sympathetically keeping in view the financial position of these poor workers and issue instructions to transfer these posts to nearby post offices
along with the workers working in those posts so that they will be absorbed in the department, as PMG is competent to issue these orders.
S.NO. TOWN IN WHICH POST OFFICE TO WHICH
1. VIJAYAWADA B.K.PET HO/VJA HO/V.K. PURAM
2. GUNTUR GUNTUR COLLECTARATE PO/GTR BZR
3. NELLORE NELLORE HO/S.H.PET PO/NLR RMS
We wish that PMG will take positive decision and help the poor contingent employees who are working sincerely in the department and playing main role in Swatch Bharat programme of the government.
an early action and a line of reply is solicited.
Thanking you, sir