Saturday, 25 February 2017

SBI should look at VRS post merger of associate banks

The State Bank of India should come with a voluntary retirement scheme after considering the overall staffing picture after merger of five associate banks instead of the five announcing such a scheme before the merger, said the leader of a major bank union. "The five associate banks of State Bank of India (SBI) will soon come out with a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) as their boards have approved the a scheme. The scheme will be introduced and closed before April 1, 2017, the day on which the merger takes into effect," All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA) General Secretary C.H.Venkatachalam told IANS here on Friday. 

According to him, launching a VRS for the employees of the five associate banks alone is not fair as those who do not opt for retirement and land in the SBI may feel disadvantaged psychologically from day one of the merger. Venkatachalam said branch and staff rationalisation could be look at by the SBI post merger after taking into account an overall view of the operations.

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