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On this occasion of 10th Conference of our Union, a publication titled “GUIDE - A BOOK FOR YOU INTEREST” which is a booklet containing comprehensive details pertaining to various schemes and welfare measures that are part of service conditions of employees of the bank.We intend to dedicate this book to Com. Krishan Lal, who had breathed his last on 2nd August 2008. Com. Krishan Lal had throughout his life contributed a lot for the achievement of better service condition for the comrades. This central office has decided to dedicate this book to him.
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08 Mar, 2024
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Memorandum of Settlement dated 8th March 2024 between the Managements of 25 Banks who mandated for bi-partite settlement between the Indian Banks Association and their workmen as represented by the All India Bank Employees Association, National Confederation of Bank Employees, Bank Employees Federation of India, National Organisation of Bank Workers and Indian National Bank Employees Federation.
 
08 Mar, 2024
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As already informed to our unions, the 12th Bipartite Settlement has been signed today. We congratulate and salute all our units and members on the happy occasion of this significant achievement.
The journey of AIBEA in uplifting the economic well-being of bank employees started in 1946 when AIBEA was born. After 2 decades of struggles, AIBEA could overcome the travails of Tribunals and achieve bilateralism and bipartite settlement in 1966 when it secured the 1st BPS. Since then, with unswerving conviction and unwavering steadfastness, AIBEA has been committed to maintain the system of bipartism.
 
08 Mar, 2024
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Salient features of 12th BPS
06 Mar, 2024
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We had informed our unions that IBA has invited UFBU/ Unions for signing the final Settlement at Chennai on the 11th March,2024. In the mean time, today night, IBA contacted UFBU that due to exigencies, the meeting has to be preponed to 8th march at Mumbai.
Accordingly, the Bipartite meeting will be held at Mumbai on the 8th March, 2024 and the 12th Bipartite Settlement will be signed on that day.
 
06 Mar, 2024
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It is finally confirmed. Retirees wait is over.
06 Mar, 2024
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IBA invites UFBU to sign the wage revision Settlement At Chennai on 11th March, 2024.
All our unions and members are aware that after negotiations on our Charter of Demands, Workmen Unions and Officers Associations signed an MoU on 7th December, 2024 by which IBA agreed for 17% wage hike i.e. additional increase in wage bill for Rs. 12,449 crore. Thereafter, further discussion took place for allocation of the agreed amount to various heads and components and the Cost Sheet was signed on 12-1-2024.
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