Saturday, March 12, 2016

कैसे दोखा दे रही हे MNC COMPANIES अपने EMPLOYEES को। VARIABLE PAY AND BONUS के नाम पैर धोखा

Human rights ,MNC Companies and government of India Transparency Initiative

कैसे दोखा दे रही हे MNC COMPANIES अपने  EMPLOYEES को।  VARIABLE PAY  AND BONUS के नाम पैर धोखा। 

INDIAN GOVERNMENT do not have control over this financial misconduct . companies लगा रही है , चुना सरकार को जनता को भी। 

क्या भारत सरकार जनता के हितो को सुरक्षित करने में सक्षम है। सरकार  क्या कदम उठती है ये बहुत जरुरी प्रशन है । 

Case-1: Cheating in the name of bonus or variable pay. Companies placing high value target and at the end they say we have not achieved the target so on paper they mention variable pay 1- 2 lakhs but actual paid is 15000 to 30000, means financial misconduct.

Government should make rule that companies should mention everything on employment letter in figure not in word s as per company performance-should mention max figure and minimum figure- this is like theft of Income tax by companies. Definition of CTC should be define and controlled by government body.

Employee Turnover should have to mention on company website.

Ref: PIB 11 March 2016  DSM/KA (Release ID :137820)

Difference in the Salaries of Indian and Foreign Employees for Same Level of Posts in MNCs Working in India

The remuneration payable by a company at the Board level is governed by section 197 of the Companies Act, 2013 (the Act) read with Rules framed thereunder which do not discriminate between managerial personnel, whether Indian or foreign. As far as below Board level employees of companies are concerned, whether Indian or foreign, their salaries are not regulated under the Act.

This was stated by Shri Arun Jaitley, Minister of Corporate Affairs in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.

PIB 11 March 2016 (Release ID :137815)

Human Rights Impact Assessment

The Companies Act, 1956/2013 does not contain any provisions related to human rights impact assessment (HRIA) for companies. Further, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), which deals with complaints about alleged violation of human rights by a public servant only, does not maintain a separate incident code or record under the head Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) for companies in India. In case of proven violation of human rights, NHRC can make recommendations to the concerned authorities in Central/State Government. Appropriate recommendations have been made by NHRC to the concerned government authorities for relief / rehabilitation of the project affected in cases of displacement of villagers/local people on account of acquisition of lands for ‘mega projects’ in various States. There is no proposal before the Ministry of Home Affairs or Ministry of Corporate Affairs to make HRIA mandatory for companies.

This was stated by Shri Arun Jaitley, Minister of Corporate Affairs in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha

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