Performance based annual increment forced retirement by the age of 55 or 30 years of service for underperforming employees Indianexpress News

7th Pay Commission may Put Employees in a Fix – Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service.

The Central Government employees are scheduled to get salary hikes on the basis of the recommendations by January 1, 2016. According to sources, the house rent allowance too would see an increase by 20 per cent. But the most significant recommendation is that 5 to 6 per cent of the annual increment would be performance-based. There is also likely to be a provision of retiring underperforming employees by the age of 55 or 30 years of service, whichever is more. “The Commission has spoken to all stake-holders and the recommendations are ready. We are expecting to submit the report any time soon,” sources said.

Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service, according to the Seventh Pay Commission report to be submitted soon.

Should there be any comparison/parity between pay scales and perquisites between Government and the private sector? If so, why? If not, why not? Is the biggest question here. It was asked by every Pay commission but considered only for the top level executives to retain in the Govt. sector. Govt. may be a success in retaining its top officials in Govt. sector but now it needs to retain the middle management in the Govt. sector, where brain drain ratio is going high, is the argument put forth.

The concept of variable pay has been introduced in Central Public Sector Enterprises by the Second Pay Revision Committee. In the case of the Government is there a merit in introducing a variable component of pay? Can such variable pay be linked to performance?

Experts feel, The integrity of such scheme will remain doubtful in Govt. sector; hence scope and practical aspects for true monitoring of performance of Govt. employee will remain doubtful.

Source: Indian Express

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Introduction of performance

Introduction of performance based increment will invite more corruption in the govt sector. It will be used as a wrong weapon by corrupt senior officials. Genuine and sincere workers wil be exploited further and chamchas will be benifitted. With this womens will be at a more grater risk of being exploited

Introduction of performance

Introduction of performance based increment will invite more corruption in the govt sector. It will be used as a wrong weapon by corrupt senior officials. Genuine and sincere workers wil be exploited further and chamchas will be benifitted. With this womens will be at a more grater risk of being exploited

Right age 33

In 27th April of 1998, RRB established , before it recruitment had been performed as JUGGAR and others like SSC or departmental like peoan etc., specially given example just for in Indian Railway.During till date if these type of JUGGARU staffs be asked what are your output nothing or less answer will come out.They must be made retire.All the scenario are the same anywhere all department.Whatever staffed got salaries are excess means AUKAT SE JAYADA

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