Service weightage is the concept to compensate the senior employees in terms of length of service rendered in the establishment than their juniors during every wage revision. It is generally followed when the labor force comprises of different age groups. Of course, if you are usually paying it at every fresh revision of wages, no harm in that. You can continue the same by striking a balance between the management's offer and union's demand. But to give you an appropriate answer to your query, the no of employees in different age group is required.
From India, Salem
We have given service weightage in 2017 Rs.30/- per completed service years (7 yrs). Against our employees union is asking now for full years in includes last paid years also. do we need to pay for 10 years or balance years. herewith i m attaching employees data..
Kindly advise further in this regard...
From India, Hyderabad
KK!HRWhen service weightage is paid for, it includes and provides for every completed year of service. But there could be a graded scale, for instance for the first 10 years of service it could be Rs. 30/ as has already been agreed and for those with more than 10 years of service it could be a better amount (>Rs. 30) for the additional years put in, as could be agreed with the unions, instead of going for a uniform rate for all the years. So, this in a way will reward the employees with longer service. Since presently the number of employees with more than 10 years is only two, the additional outflow will not be sizeable now.
From India, Mumbai
email@example.comDear Sir, It does mean that, we need to pay for 10 yrs (though we paid in the year 2017-for 7 yrs ser wtg) I m little confused. Please help me out in this regard.... Regards, V.Lakshmana Murthy..
From India, Hyderabad
What is revealing from your post that in 2017 the employees had been paid @ 30 x 7 =210/- as service weightage during Union agreement. Now union is again demanding 10 yrs service weightage - this is not correct approach by union. You may agree for service weightage for rest 3 /4 years may be with increase rate instead of 30/- per year - may be 40/- per year.
S K Bandyopadhyay ( Howrah, WB)
From India, New Delhi
suresh2511Dear Lakshmana Murthy,
Senior Members have already provided you valuable suggestions.
My observation is on your details of employees list. It is observed from the list that out of 12 employees 4 were appointed at verge of completing 18 yrs. of age and remaining 3 were appointed while they were 17 yrs. of age.
From India, Thane
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