Seventh Pay Commission: The central government may come up with a new formula for the salaries of central employees.
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Seventh Pay Commission If you are an employee of the central government, the central government may soon give you new good news. In fact, the salaries of central employees are paid as per the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, but a new formula for the salaries of central employees may be introduced soon. It is noteworthy that former finance minister Arun Jaitley said in July 2016 – “In order to increase the salaries of employees, a new pay scale should come from the pay commission.” However, according to sources, the finance ministry will no longer introduce a new pay commission for central employees but is working on a system under which employees’ salaries will be based on work performance. Salary will also be increased based on the way the employees have worked.
Decision on 7th pay commission
After the seventh pay commission, now it is difficult to get the eighth pay commission. The central government wants the salaries of 6.8 million central employees and 5.2 million pensioners to be automatically revised if the inflation allowance is more than 50 per cent. The central government wants to set up an ‘automatic pay review system’. At the same time, trade union leaders say that if inflation continues to rise, it will be harder for them to comply with recommendations from 2016 onwards.
Arun Jaitley wanted to increase the salaries of the workers.
The then finance minister Arun Jaitley was in favor of raising the salaries of middle and lower class employees, but the new formula being considered by the central government should significantly increase the salaries of middle class employees. There will be no increase. But the government’s move could be a boon for lower-class employees.