Saturday, September 1, 2012

NEWS | Scrapping of PLI gets mixed response from AI unions

Discontinuation of productivity- linked incentive (PLI) for Air India employees has received a mixed response from the unions with some of them saying they would seek legal opinion while others hoping that it will be compensated with hike in basic pay.
The decision to abolish PLI, taken a few months ago, would slash the staffers' pay packet ranging from 30 to 70 per cent but majority of them are expected to be compensated as their basic pay and allowances would go up in accordance with other large public sector units, airline sources said.

The PSU pay-scales and allowances are determined by the guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE). The PLI is being replaced by Productivity Related Pay (PRP) which merges part of the PLI with the basic pay. The new system will be effective retrospectively from July one this year.



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