Why an employee need to be a member of a recognised union / assoc
Gumparthi Venkata Subba Ramaiah 5:48pm Mar 17
Will any body advise us on challenging the power/ right being vested with the recognised unions to nominate an employee director on the board of Public Sector Banks, Even ifthe union / association of officers is a minority one not enjoying the membership strength of 51% to call it a majority union.
1. It deprives / curtails the Right of an employee to get elected even if he is better qualified.
2.The nomination of an employee by the so called recognised union helps it indirectly canvass its membership.
3.It imposes a condition on the employee that he be a member of a recognised union /association befor staking the claim.
4. It denies the opportunity to the employee to differ with the policies and programmes of the recognised union-Right of dissent is curbed.
5.to become an employee representative Director one need to be an in service employee only,why he need to be nominated by an unauthorised,retired President,General Secretary, who wants to indirectly control the operations of theBank, keeping the power in his hands locked up.
6.Please also advise us whether there are any decided cases on the matter and what is the position in the Law. Please do inform us at http://www.facebook.com/l/bAQHn6lZmAQHVAnufqky2FAVspodiExvm5Px2fMtcMb5tIA/www.aambanker.com, the group of the employees who are trying for reforms and Restoration of Democratic Rights to the employees.
Asked 2 years ago in Constitutional Law from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Why it should be a pre condition that an employee need to be a member of a recognised union / association to become Director onthe Board of PublicSector Banks? Is it not discrimation and denial of equal opportunity to non members of any union/association or members of the unrecognised minority union?
Asked 2 years ago