BMC to non-essential staff: face salary cut if attendance below 50%
BMC staff from insignificant offices will confront a pay cut if their participation is under 50 percent, the community body said in a roundabout Wednesday.
The community organization's choice came after a large number of its staff neglected to provide details regarding obligation because of frenzy over the coronavirus pandemic just as restricted transportation alternatives. "The municipal organization had just taught its workers, barring those in basic administrations offices, that they ought to guarantee participation doesn't fall beneath 50 percent. The representatives should work in turn as other work proceeds. Be that as it may, this isn't going on and in numerous offices, individuals are not answering to work," said an authority from the General Administration Department.
He included, "Many staff associated with pre-storm work are additionally not answering to work. This will cause another issue since storm will before long show up. The city will at that point face different issues like water logging and potholes, as municipal work in these territories is fragmented."