Maharashtra High Court upholds the termination and rejects compensation appeals
Court (SC) ruled that workplace harassment is a serious issue, invalidating a Gauhati High Court decision that overturned a penalty order against former Service Selection Board employee Dilip Paul, accused of sexual harassment by a subordinate. The SC emphasized that such offenders should face legal consequences and reinstated the disciplinary action of withholding 50% of Paul's pension consequently.
Indian banks could shift to a five-day work week, as digital transactions reduce the need for physical branches. The Indian Banking Association has approved the change, with further approvals pending from the Finance Ministry and Reserve Bank of India. Meanwhile, banks, including Punjab National Bank, plan a 15% pay rise for employees, acknowledging their role in a profitable period. The wage agreement is expected before the 2023 Lok Sabha elections.
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According to the Ministry of Finance, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) delayed in crediting EPF interest due to software for FY22 and there is no loss of interest for any member. The Finance Ministry has clarified that there is no loss of rate of interest for subscribers of Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) and the delay in crediting the rate of interest for FY22 is because of software program upgradation being performed as a result of tax tweaks introduced last year. “There is no loss of interest for any subscriber. EPFO members are unable to view interest credits of 8.1% for 2021-22 in their retirement savings accounts due to “a software upgrade” to ring in a tax on PF savings over Rs.2.5 lakh a year introduced in the Budget 2021...