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  • 1. Registration Number : DPUBE/E/2012/00162 Name Of Complainant : Balasubramanian C S : 23 Oct 2012 Date of Receipt : Department of Public Enterprises Received by : Department of Public Enterprises Forwarded to : Room No. 405, Block No. 14, Contact Address Public Enterprises Bhawan, Lodhi Road, CGO Complex New Delhi110003 : 24360624 Contact Number Grievance Description : Department of Public Enterprise DPE under Ministry of Heavy Industries is issuing guidelines to all the Public Sector units PSUs to have a uniform approach in all PSUs. But DPE is issuing pay revision guidelines only for the Non-Unionized Supervisors and Executives of the PSUs whereas the finalization of workmen wage revision is left to the concerned PSU administration. In Central Government, pay revision guidelines are issued right from the bottom most employee to the top most secretary of Government. Because of this the pay hike is uniform to everyone. There is no conflict of pay between the non Executives and Executives of central Government. Whereas in PSUs DPE issue pay revision guidelines for only non-unionized Supervisors and Executives and workmen wage revision is left to the hands of concerned PSUs administration. Because of this autonomous power to PSU heads, the workmen wage revision was completed with more hike of pay then Executives and also the periodicity of pay revision was also less than the Executives. PSU heads get yielded to workmen union pressure and they give more pay hike for the workmen. Coal India may be taken as an Example wherein workmen got two pay revision with thin the span of 10 years whereas Executives pay revision was finalized once by DPE with a periodicity of 10 years. Because of this workmen got more pay hike then the Supervisors and Executives. As there is no rational in the pay revisions Executives are getting demoralized. So DPE should take necessary steps to issue uniform pay revision guidelines for both workmen and Executives. DPE should also ensure with the PSUs that the pay hike and periodicity of pay revision shall also be uniform to everyone in all PSUs. Similarly, DPE has introduced Performance related pay PRP concept with Bell curve performance management system only for the non unionized Supervisors and Executives of PSUs whereas the workmen are not covered by this PRP concept. Because of this again all the Executives are getting demoralized. Without having any exercise of control over workmen how can the
  • 2. Current Status Your Feedback Date of Action Details PSU Supervisors and Executives can perform to achieve their target. DPE has to think over on this and they should issue uniform guidelines of PRP governing both workmen and Executives. The Grading percentage of PRP for the different grades of Executives is recommended as follows. E0 - E1 40% of Annual Basic pay E2-E3 40% of Annual Basic pay E4-E5 50% of Annual Basic pay E6-E7 60% of Annual Basic pay E8 –E9 70% of Annual Basic pay On the above, Basic pay itself differ for every grade then again differentiating with lower percentage for each grade is contrary. If E0 is declared 40% how can the Supervisors and workmen below are differentiated with different grading percentage. Practically it is not feasible to have a percentage less than 40%. Hence the Grading percentage shall be either abolished or it should be uniform to each grade and everyone should be paid PRP based on their annual Basic pay combined with their performance and company performance. Similarly the Bell curve system of performance Management system insists for compulsory rating of Good and Poor for Executives and Supervisors which is against the system of law. This bell curve system will demoralize all the employees of PSUs. Compulsory rating of Good and Poor should be abolished. Hence the PRP system and PMS system shall be uniform to workmen, Supervisors and Executives of PSUs. Then only it will attribute more for the growth of the PSUs. : CASE CLOSED : Excellent : 27 Oct 2012 : Pay strcuture of employees of Central Govt. and CPSEs is altogether different, and can not be compared. Wage revision in respect of Workmen is in terms of ID Act, and based on the negotiations between workmen and management of the respective CPSEs. DPE issues only broad guidelines in respect of Workmen, vide DPE O.Ms. dtd. 9.11.06 read with O.M. dtd. 1.5.08 for the 7th round of Wage Negotiation. Guidelines available on DPE website( www.dpe.nic.in). PRP provisions can be part of the wage settlememt. Guidelines dtd. 9.11.06 also provide that there should not be conflict between the wage revision of workmen with that of the officers.
  • 3. Registration Number : DPUBE/E/2013/00182 Name Of Complainant : Balasubramanian : 14 Nov 2013 Date of Receipt : Department of Public Enterprises Received by : Department of Public Enterprises Forwarded to : Room No. 405, Block No. 14, Contact Address Public Enterprises Bhawan, Lodhi Road, CGO Complex New Delhi110003 : 24360624 Contact Number Grievance Description : All Public sector enterprises under the Department of Public enterprise are bound to implement all the rules and regulations according to Government guidelines. Certain PSU s are not implementing the central Government leave rules as such. The following leaves are not implemented in most of the PSUs. 1. Paternity leave for male employees 2. Leave to a female Government servant on adoption of a child 3. Child care leave for female employees 4. Hospital leave for low grade employees involved in health risks As a responsible ministry for implementation of guidelines uniformly please furnish the reasons Current Status : CASE CLOSED : Good Your Feedback : 25 Nov 2013 Date of Action : DPE has not issued any guidelines on the various leaves Details mentioned in your petition. The leave rules are generally framed by the CPSEs themselves with the approval of its Board of Directors, keeping in view the broad parameters of the policy guidelines laid down in this regard by the government.
  • 4. Registration Number : DPUBE/E/2013/00183 Name Of Complainant : Balasubramanian : 14 Nov 2013 Date of Receipt : Department of Public Enterprises Received by : Department of Public Enterprises Forwarded to : Shri M. Subbarayan Officer name Officer Designation : Director : Room No. 405, Block No. 14, Contact Address Public Enterprises Bhawan, Lodhi Road, CGO Complex New Delhi110003 : 24360624 Contact Number : m.subbarayan@nic.in e-mail Grievance Description : Department of Public Enterprise is issuing pay revision guidelines to all the PSUs both for workmen and Executives. DPE has given powers to the respective Board of a PSU to finalize the pay revision of workmen. But for the Supervisors and Executives DPE is issuing guidelines. All the Central Government employees ( from group D to top most secretary) are commonly covered by Seventh pay revision guidelines. Because of this uniform benefits go to everyone and the pay hierarchy is also maintained. PSUs being an autonomous body are allowed by DPE to proceed with pay revision for their workmen only. Whereas for Supervisors and Executives DPE is issuing pay revision guidelines. Because of this uniformity is not maintained and abnormal pay benefits offered to workmen and pay hierarchy is also not maintained. It happens for the PSUs to pay more for their workmen then their supervisors and Executives. This situation should be avoided. PSUs being an autonomous body shall be allowed to finalize the pay revision of their workmen, Supervisors and Executives commonly with a uniform periodicity of pay revision. By this decision of uniform pay revision for everyone in a PSU like central Government , then PSUs will also have good momentum and the officers of the PSUs will also be motivated in their jobs as uniformity is being maintained with pay hierarchy along with workmen. A positive reply on this will address the grievances of all the Executives of PSUs. Current Status : Closed (NO ACTION REQUIRED) : Others Reason : 14 Nov 2013 Date of Action : A comparison between Central government employees and Details PSE employees is not possible. The Sixth Pay Commission
  • 5. gave considerable thought to the issue of parity in the compensation package to Government employees and employees of the CPSEs. Taking into account recommendations of earlier Pay Commissions and after detailed examination of all relevant issues, the sixth Pay Commission made the following observations. “PSUs, being commercial undertakings which are required to function in a competitive environment and have the commercial objective as the predominant objective, a comparison of salaries between the public sector and the Government may not be appropriate as it would not be a comparison between similarly placed entities.” Commission also took the view that there can be no comparison between the pay structure of Government employees and employees of public sector in as much as – (i) There are variations in the job content and conditions of service in the public sector and the Government. (ii) The objectives with which the PSUs have been set up are not comparable with that of the Government. (iii) The autonomy granted to PSUs in the matter of determining their pay scales does not render an equal comparison possible. As to the issue of workmen getting paid more than the executives, it may be stated that the policy for wage negotiations approved by government clearly stipulate that to avoid conflict of pay scales of executives/non-unionized supervisors with that of their workmen, CPSEs may consider adoption of graded DA neutralization and/or graded fitment during the wage negotiations. Further, the management of the CPSEs concerned have to ensure that negotiated scales of pay would not come in conflict with the existing scales of pay of executives/officers and non-unionized supervisors of respective CPSEs.
  • 6. Registration Number : DPUBE/E/2013/00186 Name Of Complainant : Balasubramanian : 25 Nov 2013 Date of Receipt : Department of Public Enterprises Received by : Department of Public Enterprises Forwarded to : Room No. 405, Block No. 14, Contact Address Public Enterprises Bhawan, Lodhi Road, CGO Complex New Delhi110003 : 24360624 Contact Number Grievance Description : Department of Public Enterprise is issuing pay revision guidelines to all the PSUs for workmen , Non unionized Supervisors and Executives. DPE has given powers to the respective Board of a PSU to finalize the pay revision of workmen. But the powers is not given to finalize the pay revision of Supervisors. Last Pay revision guidelines issued by honourable Justice Rao Committee does not recommend pay revision for the non unionized categories of the PSUs. All the PSUs Boards are given powers to finalize the non unionsed Supervisors pay revision on their own. Accordingly all PSUs finalized non unionized supervisors pay revision on their own protecting above workmen. As it happened during last pay revision of 1-1-2007 , DPE shall have issued notification to all PSUs to finalize the pay revision wef 1-12012 for non unionized Supervisors while issuing guidelines for finalizing pay revision for workmen. Policy framed vide Office Memorandum No. 2 (110)/11-DPE (WC) – GL-XVI /13 dated 13.06.2013 Policy for the 7th Round (2nd part) of Wage Negotiations for unionized workers in Central Public Sector Enterprises w.e.f. 01.01.2012. Hence if pay revision guidelines are issued for non unionized Supervisors directing the respective PSUs to proceed as like workmen then contradict in pay between workmen and Supervisors will not arise and it will be settled uniformly in all PSUs. DPE can take care for Executives alone separately Current Status : CASE CLOSED : 26 Nov 2013 Date of Action : Since unionised supervisors are represented by the trade Details unions/associations, the management can negotiate with them. In case of non-unionised supervisors, no such union/association exists with whom the management can negotiate. You have already been informed that the policy for wage negotiations approved by government clearly stipulate that to avoid conflict of pay scales of executives/nonunionized supervisors with that of their workmen, CPSEs may consider adoption of graded DA neutralization and/or graded
  • 7. fitment during the wage negotiations. Further, the management of the CPSEs concerned have to ensure that negotiated scales of pay would not come in conflict with the existing scales of pay of executives/officers and nonunionized supervisors of respective CPSEs. Registration Number : DHIND/E/2013/00119 Name Of Complainant : Balasubramanian : 25 Nov 2013 Date of Receipt : Department of Heavy Industry Received by : Department of Heavy Industry Forwarded to : Shri Rajesh Kumar Singh Officer name Officer Designation : Joint Secretary : Udyog Bhavan Contact Address Room No.150 New Delhi110011 : 23063740 Contact Number : singh.rk1967@nic.in e-mail Grievance Description : Department of Public Enterprise is issuing pay revision guidelines to all the PSUs for workmen , Non unionized Supervisors and Executives. DPE has given powers to the respective Board of a PSU to finalize the pay revision of workmen. But the powers is not given to finalize the pay revision of Supervisors. Last Pay revision guidelines issued by honourable Justice Rao Committee does not recommend pay revision for the non unionized categories of the PSUs. All the PSUs Boards are given powers to finalize the non unionsed Supervisors pay revision on their own. Accordingly all PSUs finalized non unionized supervisors pay revision on their own protecting above workmen. As it happened during last pay revision of 1-1-2007 , DPE shall have issued notification to all PSUs to finalize the pay revision wef 1-12012 for non unionized Supervisors while issuing guidelines for finalizing pay revision for workmen. Policy framed vide Office Memorandum No. 2 (110)/11-DPE (WC) – GL-XVI /13 dated 13.06.2013 Policy for the 7th Round (2nd part) of Wage Negotiations for unionized workers in Central Public Sector Enterprises w.e.f. 01.01.2012. Hence if pay revision guidelines are issued for non unionized Supervisors directing the respective PSUs to proceed as like workmen then contradict in pay between workmen and Supervisors will not arise and it will be settled uniformly in all PSUs. DPE can take care for Executives alone separately Current Status : Closed (NO ACTION REQUIRED)
  • 8. Reason Date of Action Details : Others : 26 Nov 2013 : The subject matter of Grievance does not pertain to Department of Heavy Industry. As the subject mater pertains to Department of Public Enterprises, the same may kindly be lodged with them. The grievance is acordingly disposed of with the request to file a fresh grievance with the DPE, which is a separate public authority.