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The government’s decision comes in the wake of reports that Krishna Rao had commented and shared posts on his Facebook account that were against the state government.
The NCEEA has called the directive of the commissioner of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation “unfair” and against the apex court's October 2016 order.
The municipality employees of Pratapgarh town municipality tried scaring away women and took photographs of women defecating in the open.
The victim along with two other women went to a nearby forest area to collect flowers when the two men spotted them and started following them.
The move comes after it was noticed that most officials of the social welfare department are not punctual in attending office.
Pensioners said they had been turned away without payment of last month’s pension despite producing the requisite documents for the second time.
The minister had earlier asked the affected IT employees to lodge a complaint with the labour department.
Whenever there is a downturn, there is always noise about unions coming into play in the IT industry but it never sustained, ex-Chief Financial Officer of Infosys Ltd, V Balakrishnan told.
Trustees of retirement fund body EPFO may approve a proposal tomorrow to reduce the mandatory contributions toward social security schemes run by it.
Employees of State Transport Corporations have alleged that funds collected via Employee Contributions are being used as working capital for daily expenditure of the corporations.
The employees say their children have dropped out of schools and the situation is extreme now.
Employees of Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS) and representatives of Forum For IT Employees (FITE), a collective which works for the welfare of IT employees, approached the labour department on Tu
Infosys on Tuesday sought to play down reports saying the Bengaluru-based IT major would lay off as many as 1,000 employees.
The employees of the Tamil Nadu Transport Corporation will go an indefinite strike from May 15, which is likely to have a major impact on public commuting.
Infosys and some other Indian IT firms have become political targets in the United States for allegedly displacing jobs of American workers.