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Thread Started by #ram2hr

Dear Friends, What is the plan as on 20/09/2012 as It is declared as Bharath Bandh should we go on Holiday or please let me know the updates on the same........Awaiting for your valuable replies.....
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Ram, We have almost decided to close. Checked with neighbour companies, they have the same plan. However, it well be communicated by the end of the day.
17th September 2012 From Hong Kong
Thank you Mr.Kumar
For you immediate Response we have also decided to close as the Ruling party is BJP In Karnataka.....NDA were planning from 15/09/2012 to do Bandh as on 20/09/2012 But is it Confirmed???
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi Friends As of now we have no any updates on the same. Should discuss with our management. :)
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear CiteHRians, It seems that they want to take back the bandh...heard from one of my fellow HR colleague. Appreciate if some one can update the same at the EOD.
17th September 2012 From India, Visakhapatnam
Did you come across any status of the Bandh??? There is a dilemma situation to conduct bandh or not so we should better check thorough....
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sharmila Das,
It is not confirmed by Any NDA to rollback the decision on Bandh but it is in Dilemma......If any updates please let us know the updates...Kindly check thorough your colleague for any references which stated the rollback of Bandh......
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
It’s a holiday on 19th of September due to Ganpati Festival. So you all keep to have two days off?
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
yes, Bharath bundh already declared, will get clear announcement on wednesday again. Wait till wednesday then will take decision.
17th September 2012 From India, Mumbai
Hi, Our Management is planning to give an off on 20th & compensate the same on Sunday... for all workers.. Try something this way instead of taking risk on 20th. Regards, Bharghavi
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Bharghavi,
Good Decision, Generally in Manufacturing Companies this Procedure will be followed but the issue here is Whether The Bandh takes place or Not if you have any confirmed Bandh Published in related please let us know
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Guys, I think we should wait till tomorrow morning and have a check on current status. Wednesday being a holiday in lieu of Ganpati festival, situation should be more clear by tomorrow morning.
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Ramkishore,
Our company is the member of Karnataka Employers' Association and we have received a notification saying that proper security is to be ensured for all employees in the organisation. I do not know if I've got proper authority to share that notification on this site...else I would have shared it...
Or as Diya said, I think we can wait till morning to get more clarity in the situation
Regards,
Bharghavi
17th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear All, Where i can see the updates regarding the Bandh, it should be from a trusted sources, kindly advice on the same.
17th September 2012 From India, New Delhi
We will take a decision today afternoon, after consulting neighbour companies & update from opposition party members. Regards Nagesh Hoskote,Bangalore
18th September 2012 From United States, Ogden
We are not decide so far, afternoon we will announce whether holiday or not.
Dear Nagesh,
We are also in hoskote industrial area, if you know neighbor industries decision please inform me.
Give me your contact number I will contact you or you can contact me in this no – 09901082103.
Regards
Vijay Shetty
Hoskote Bangalore.
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Our management is giving off on 20/08/2012 on account of Bharat bandh. leave will get deduct from the EL balance.
18th September 2012 From India, Pune
Dear all,
I think we should go for bandh, Because however the Government thread and taken decisions against the poor citizens
So BANDH should BANDH on 20th September strongly.
regards
Bidhan Bag
Budge Budge Kolkata-700137 .
18th September 2012 From India, Kolkata
Hi All,
Are all IT companies giving Off... if there is no public transport available... probably we can give off.....
But few people may not participate as there is Ganesha festival....
Please update.....
Thanks
Latha.C
Manager -HR
TalentPace Pvt Ltd
Bangalore
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Latha,
The Buses and schools will not be affected by Bandh as stated yesterday by BJP but this decision may change in the last minute however in karnataka the state is ruled by BJP this will be serious please kindly do not take any risk..........
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear All,
If we do not work then also as a Nation, the loss would be ours only.
In my opinion we must not follow these kind of parties because they all are same and equally responsible to corruption in India. Instead of supporting those, lets raise our voice to through them out of politics and support to Sh. Anna who is actually a freedom fighter, fighting for our own country.
Some electronic and printed Media also sales there selves for TRP and Money so instead of taking care of their negative opinion against Sh. Anna lets stand with Sh. Anna and save our country from these selfish leaders.
I urge to all of you to use your own mind and analysis the past before giving your valuable VOTE to elect any wrong one.
Regards
Sumit
18th September 2012 From India, New Delhi
PFA the Karnataka Employer’s Association Circular attached in Pdf Format....:):)
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore

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I am not sure about the IT sector please talk to your HR colleagues/Neighboring companies into IT sector kindly ensure to take off if the company is in Karnataka it's safe for employees/employers....
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sumit
I agree with you completely but this is time where we are held responsible for the safety of the workers working in the organization and the belongings of the employer kindly do not take any risk as we are liable to the safety first........
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
We have decided to close on 20/9/2012 and the same will compansate on sunday, our workers agreed to that and management has agreed for this proposal.
P.Lakshmana Babu
Accounts Manager
Fusion motors-Chevrolet Cars
vijayawada-520010.
18th September 2012 From India, Secunderabad
Hi. As per the new paper public transportation will be running as scheduled. But depending upon the circumstances trends may change any time.
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
AS PER VARIOUS INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATIONS, ALL ARE ADVISING TO DECLARE 20TH SEPTEMBER AS HOLIDAY IN LIEU OF THE BANDH AND DO A COMPENSATORY WORKING ON ANOTHER SUNDAY. THIS IS A VERY SAFE METHOD AS THERE ARE NO CHANCES FOR ANY UNTOWARD INCIDENTS TO HAPPEN IN THE INDUSTRY.
VENKAT
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear /All, In our company, we have declared holiday on 20.09.2012 & compensating by working on some other day
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi,
It is better to be safe than sorry. In the interest of the safety of employees and the company, our management thought it would be prudent to declare holiday on 20/09/2012 and do compensatory work on any other date. On consultations with our neighbouring industries they were also of the same opion.
Regards,
Madhu Soodanan
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hello All,
We belong to IT sector and our management have declared Holiday on 20th Sep 12 and compensatory holiday will be on next Saturday.
I have heard from my friends that Infosys, Wipro GE and Tejas Networks are all declared holiday.
18th September 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear All,
Due to t his bundh problems many companies in our city are remain closed and they have plans to compensate the same on Sunday. But is there any legal provision to keep office opened to compensate on Weekly Offs.?? Does statutory laws allow such action?? Is not this punishable either under Factories Act or Shops??
Vishwanath
20th September 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Hi, We are working today. Our company is never closed no matter what happens. Is it good or bad?? How many of you support this??
20th September 2012 From India, Indore
So it is all clear now. In Mumbai, offices are open and people are at their work places. It is just another day in Mumbai.
20th September 2012 From India, Mumbai
hI RAMKISHORE,
MOST OF THE ESTABLISHMENT CLOSE DUE TO FEAR THAN ANYTHING ELSE. THERE ARE SOME COMPANIES/HOTELS WHICH DECLARE A HOLIDAY ON THE DAY OF THE BUNDH, AND CONVERT THE WEEKLY HOLIDAY INTO A WORKING DAY. THIS IS A WISE MOVE AS NO MANDAY IS LOST. IN INDIA BUNDH IS RESORTED BECAUSE THE RULING PARTY NEVER HEEDS TO THE ADVICE OF THE OPPOSITION!
IN JAPAN WHEN WORKERS PROTEST, THEY OVER WORK WEARING A BLACK BADGE. THERE THE MANAGEMENT IS SENSITIVE AND THEY IMMEDIATELY CALL A MEETING AND DISCUSS THE PROBLEMS OF THE WORKERS AND RESOLVE IT.

WHEN WILL OUR MANAGEMENT LEARN THIS LESSON GOD ONLY KNOWS (GOK)!!
M.J. SUBRAMANYAM, MUMBAI
22nd September 2012 From India, Bangalore
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