Annual Increment on 1.7.2020 for Central Government Employees
Work from Home will impact on Annual Increment?
No. There will be no connection between the two aspects. Eligibility of annual increment will be given as per the existing Revised Pay Rules.
Attendance on Increment Date Should be Must?
The recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission regarding the salaries and perks for the Central Government employees will come into effect from January 1, 2016 onwards. Many are curious to find out the connection between the date of implementation of 7th CPC and reporting to work on the day.
Normally, the date of joining work, date of getting the promotion, date of receiving the increments, transfer date, and retirement dates are very important for a Central Government employee.
“This is especially so for those who are on long leave. It will help them avoid a lot of problems in future.”
If an employee not to report on the date of implementation, this could delay the benefits of the 7th Pay Commission. This could also cause financial losses too due to pay revision as per the recommendations of new pay commission.
Since the government rules are bound to be changed arbitrarily, one can never be sure of the kind of troubles it could cause them. Therefore, it is better to go to work on 01.01.2016.
Even those who are on long leave for any particular reason are advised to report to work on January 1, 2016 at least and then continue with their leave. This will help them avoid a lot of problems.
7th Pay Increment Chart
After the implementation of 7th pay commission to central government employees with effect from 1.1.2016, the calculation procedure of salary increment is made simple. The annual increment table has been designed for all pay levels in the new pay matrix table.
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