The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) will observe a two-day strike beginning March 28 across all branches of the Bank of India.

The strike was called after the bank management and the unions failed to come to a consensus on a variety of issues such as adequate recruitment, health check-up of employees, reimbursement of petrol expenses of workmen like officers and outsourcing of staff.

AIBEA had deferred the strike from February 24, following a “positive assurance” from the management.

While the bank has 4800 plus branches, work across 333 of them and over 80 ATMs may be adversely impacted, AIBEA said in a release.

(This article was published on March 27, 2014)
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