Sunday, June 12, 2011

Identify your interest, Enrich your career

You are best to judge yourself. There is no need to be part of rat full article @

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Must Dos….for corporate employees

Every one of us has dreams, needs and desires. Buying a dream house, best education to children’s, great time after retirement and many more……but if we fail to do proper planning….Then soaring cost, mounting inflation, uncertain and unforeseen events of life can put brakes on our dreams turning into reality. To help us and to solve most of our financial worries Mr Manikaran Singal in his article “Must Dos….for corporate employees” shared few valuable things in very simple language which will improve financial lives of many people….you can read full article at given link…

Must read for young employees and remember one of the famous quote “He who fails to plan, plans to fail” by unknown.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

World Day against Child Labour 2011

The International Labour Organization is to mark this year’s World Day against Child Labour (June 12) with events in more than 50 countries, along with a new report on children in hazardous work.

The report analyzes the latest trends and estimates of children in hazardous work, and the risk to their health from a developed and developing country perspective. It also offers a series of policy recommendations to address child labour problem.

For Report and more information please refer ILO website or you can also check given link:

Monday, June 6, 2011

MSI: Sacked the workers

New Delhi, June 06, 2011 India leading carmaker Maruti Suzuki India had sacked 11 workers. These workers were allegedly the ring leaders of the strike, which began on June 04, 2011. According to Maruti Suzuki India Chairman R C Bhargava, “The services of 11 persons, who were inciting workers to go on an illegal strike and created an atmosphere where safety of people were in danger, have been terminated,"

He said the workers had gone on strike without any notice but added the management is continuing the dialogue with the striking workers.

According to workers sources, the sacked employees include eight office bearers of the newly formed union, Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU), besides three other workers. The workers said the company currently has one union, Maruti Udyog Kamgar Union, which is mainly dominated by those working at the Gurgaon facility.

Striking workers are demanding:

  • The recognition of a new union Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU) formed by those working at the Manesar plant.
  • Retaining contract labourers for the two upcoming new units inside the complex.
  • Refraining from any disciplinary action against the 11 office-bearers of the new union is another demand.

The last time the company witnessed a major strike was when workers stopped production for three months between November 2000 and January, 2001. Strikes aren’t unknown in north India’s auto belt. In 2009, workers at some 60 factories in Gurgaon and Rewari in Haryana went on strike, protesting the death of a worker.

It will be beneficial for all if any amicable solution is reached between both the parties. Company had incurred a production loss of about 1,200 units on operational day and there is huge unrest among the employees. Hope government is keeping eagle eye on the situation there is inside information that external factor (outside union) are trying leverage this situation.


Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Positive Move: NFLMW to be made statutory

Every state in India have their own minimum wage and there is huge disparity between floor minimum wage of states. If we agree with sources then it will be history. To ensure a uniform wage structure and to reduce the disparity in minimum wages in the country center government had proposed the National Floor Level Minimum Wage statutory and recently which is agreed by states also.

Once new amendment come into force, the national floor level minimum wage will become binding on all states and they will have to ensure that unskilled workers are paid the minimum wages fixed by the Center. If state wants to give more than floor level wages then they are most welcome and free to do so.

This is positive move and it will benefit around 360 million workers across the country, most of who are from agriculture and other related activates.