Draft Exposure on Regulation of Remuneration in Contract Appointments of CG employees
The Ministry is seeking the input of other government organizations to form a policy on the regulation of salary for retired Central Government employees who are appointed on a contractual basis. The Ministry is interested to hear views and comments from all relevant Departments on the matter of remuneration for these individuals. This policy will have significant implications for the retirement benefits of these employees and will ensure that they receive fair and adequate compensation for their services.
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Subject: Regulation of remuneration in case of contract appointment of retired Central Government employees- Request for views/comments of Ministries/Department
Ministries/Departments of Government of India appoint retired Central Government employees on contract basis, including as Consultants as and when required. However, presently there are no uniform guidelines for regulation of salary for such contractual appointees.
It has been felt that there is a need to have uniformity to regulate salary of such contractual appointment of retired Central Government employees. The issue is under examination in Department of Expenditure. Accordingly a DRAFT O.M prescribing guidelines for regulation of pay of such contractual appointees has been prepared and enclosed herewith. All the Ministries and Departments of Government of India are requested to submit their views/comments, if any, on this issue. The comments may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org; within 10 days of issue of this communication.
Under Secretary to Govt. of India
What is the purpose of the Draft Exposure on Regulation of Remuneration in case of Contract Appointment of CG employees?
The purpose of the Draft Exposure is to regulate the remuneration of Central Government employees who are appointed on a contract basis.
Who is covered under the Draft Exposure?
The Draft Exposure covers all Central Government employees who are appointed on a contract basis, regardless of their designation or level.
Why is the regulation of remuneration necessary for contract-based employees?
Contract-based employees are hired for a specific period, and their remuneration is usually fixed for that period. The regulation of remuneration ensures that contract-based employees are compensated fairly and in line with their responsibilities.
What are the key features of the Draft Exposure?
The key features of the Draft Exposure include the definition of contract-based employment, the criteria for determining remuneration, the process for fixing remuneration, and the factors to be considered while determining remuneration.
Will the Draft Exposure affect existing contract-based employees?
The Draft Exposure is not retroactive and will only apply to new contracts. However, it is likely that existing contract-based employees may be affected when their contract is up for renewal or extension.
Who will be responsible for implementing the regulation of remuneration?
The relevant government department or agency will be responsible for implementing the regulation of remuneration in line with the Draft Exposure.
When will the Draft Exposure become effective?
The effective date of the Draft Exposure has not yet been fixed. However, once the Draft Exposure is finalized, it is expected to become effective immediately.
What is the public's role in the Draft Exposure?
The Draft Exposure is open for public comments and feedback. The public can provide their comments and feedback through the official channels, and their input will be considered while finalizing the Draft Exposure.