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Could you tell me .??? I'm a female and not paid transport allowance by corporate sector.. if I wish to go on my own. M paid half amount whether I take drop or not.
I don't take pick ups. I want to know is it govt rule not to provide transport allowance to females..
I know govt has made transportation mandatory. But discrimination ? Is this mandatory ?
My shift gets over at 5.30am n it's morning time. I can obviously go on my own .but they aren't ready to give me full allowance..
Can u assist ? With the link of some news to support my opinion?
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Dear member,
You have written your post about perceived discrimination however, you have not written whether you work in government services, public sector or private sector.
If you work in private sector, then at the time of interview your employers must have told you about your salary or not? If yes, then do you get that amount or not? In your salary, as far as salary component of "Transport Allowance" is concerned, in many companies, it is just a head to break your gross salary. However, as you say that you are being "half" transport allowance, then did your employer mention this provision in your appointment letter?
Providing transport facility to the woman employees is additional cost. If some employee does not wish to avail of transport facility, it does not add to their revenue. Hence it could be their denial to partake this saving to you.
Did you talk to your Admin/HR department? What is their take on payment half transportation allowance to you?
Please clarify further about your query. However, please write your next post in formal and professional language.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
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