Bank employees strike news: Banks likely to remain closed on these dates. Details here

Banking services are likely to be affected next month as bank employees will go on strike across the country with many of their demands. Bank employees will go on a series of strikes across the country for six days in December The Indian Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) has issued a notice in this regard and said that the company’s employees will be on strike. various banks and both government and private banks will be part of the strike. AIBEA will have bank strikes from 4 to 11 December.

According to the notice, the bank employees will go on strike on these days next month.

Employees of State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB) and Punjab & Sind Bank will go on strike on December 4, followed by Bank of Baroda and Bank of India employees on December 5. Employees of Canara Bank and Central Bank of India will be on strike on December 7, employees – Union Bank of India and Bank of Maharashtra will be on strike on December 8. The private banks will go on strike on December 11.

Bank Employees Association of India has said in its list of demands that the government should stop outsourcing of permanent jobs in banks and adequate recruitment of Award Team should also be done in banks.

AIBEA General Secretary CH Venkatachalam had earlier indicated that some banks are outsourcing jobs putting customers’ privacy and their money at risk besides reducing recruitment at the lower level,

Several banks are engaged in violation of the Industrial Disputes (Amendment) Act. Even when the labor authorities intervened, the management ignored their advice, violated the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act and forcibly transferred the employees, he said.

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Updated: 16 November 2023, 04:27 PM IST

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