Air India unions to demand voluntary retirement scheme in Monday meeting
"Our members have been approaching us and want us to discuss a voluntary retirement scheme package with the government as it is expected that our job will be protected only for one year post privatisation. We are going to raise this issue at the meeting with the minister on Monday," an airline source told PTI.
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Over 92,000 employees of BSNL, MTNL opt for VRS scheme
According to the plan, all regular and permanent employees of BSNL, who attended the age of 50 years or above are eligible to seek voluntary retirement under the scheme.
About 92,700 BSNL, MTNL employees opt for VRS; firms to save Rs 8,800 crore annually
MTNL Chairman and Managing Director Sunil Kumar said that the PSU too has exceeded the target set for VRS.
MTNL sets December 3 for employees to opt for VRS
In a notice sent out by MTNL to employees, the company mentioned "all regular and permanent employees of 50 years and above as on January 31, 2020" are eligible to opt for the scheme. The scheme, based on Gujarat Model of VRS, will be open for employees till December 3, 2019.
Nearly 70,000 BSNL employees opted for VRS so far: Chairman
BSNL Voluntary Retirement Scheme - 2019' was rolled out last week. According to the scheme, all regular and permanent employees of BSNL including those on deputation to other organisations or posted outside the corporation on deputation basis, who attended the age of 50 years or above are eligible to seek voluntary retirement under the scheme.
22,000 employees opt for BSNL VRS plan in 2 days
In all, nearly one lakh BSNL employees are eligible for the VRS out of its total staff strength of 1.50 lakh. The scheme that was rolled out on November 5 will be open till December 3. The number of employees opting for the VRS plan has already crossed 22,000, out of BSNL's internal target of 77,000 employees, said the BSNL official who did not wish to be named.
Govt trying to revive BSNL, MTNL, make them professional
Communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad informed Rajya Sabha that in order to revive the public sector units BSNL and MTNL, the VRS scheme as initiated by the government has received an encouraging response by 79,000 employees of BSNL and 14,000 out of 20,000 employees of MTNL who have applied for the same.
MTNL says over 13,500 employees opted for VRS scheme so far
MTNL had initially expected the voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) optees to touch 13,500, but the numbers have already reached 13,532 employees, with nearly two weeks left to go before the closing date for exercising the option.
Nearly 75,000 BSNL employees have opted for VRS so far: Chairman
The 'BSNL Voluntary Retirement Scheme - 2019' that was rolled out last week, will remain open till December 3. BSNL is looking at savings of about Rs 7,000 crore in wage bill, if 70,000-80,000 personnel opt for the scheme.
BSNL mulls biz continuity measures as VRS plan rolls out in full swing; talks on with DoT
Nearly one lakh BSNL employees are eligible for the VRS out of its total staff strength of about 1.50 lakh.
Over 40,000 employees have opted for BSNL VRS so far: Chairman
In all, nearly one lakh BSNL employees are eligible for the VRS out of its total staff strength of 1.50 lakh. The scheme that was rolled out on November 5, will be open till December 3. BSNL is looking at savings of about Rs 7,000 crore in wage bill, considering 70,000-80,000 personnel opt for the scheme. MTNL too has rolled out a VRS for its employees.
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Telecom Minister Prasad said that government wants to make these companies more competitive.
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