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Center Asks Job Protect

Some companies are reportedly forcing their employees to take unpaid leave during the period of the Lock Down, which is shutting down the operations of non-essential sectors.

Looking at the critical situation the Union Government has asked the State Administration to issue necessary advisory to all the establishments in Odisha not to force employees and workers to go on leave without wages.

With Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) threats, there are reports that on various pretext, the employers are asking their employees and workers to go on leave without any salaries or wages.

Taking it seriously, as the world is facing a catastrophic situation due to COVID-19, there should be joint efforts of all sections of the society, urged Hiralal Samariya, Secretary Labour and Employment of Government of India.

Mr.Samariya has brought it to the attention of the State Government that in such a backdrop of a challenging situation, all the employers of both Public and Private Organizations are needed to be advised to extend their cooperation in this critical situation.

Any Organization is to be advised not to terminate their employees, particularly casual and contract ones or force them to go on leave without any wages, said the Union Government in its advisory.

If any worker takes leave, he should be deemed to be on duty without any consequential deduction in wages during the leave period, said an officer.

Mr.Samariya has also pointed out that if the organization is to be made non-operational due to COVID-19 situation, the employees and workers of the organization will be deemed to be on duty.

Expressing concern, Union Government has said that the termination of employees from the job or reduction in wages in this scenario would further deepen the crisis and will not only weaken the financial condition of the employees and workers, who are facing tough time.

This will hamper their morale to face the virus and situation will aggravate in the society, said the officer.

Under this backdrop, the State Government is needed to issue required advisory to all the employers of all organizations not to adopt such methods, which will aggrave the situation, advised the Union Government.
 


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