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Employees' demand to pass 'The Right to Disconnect Bill 2018'

Thursday - January 10, 2019 12:01 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
'The Right to Disconnect Bill 2018' could not pass in Lok Sabha
'The Right to Disconnect Bill 2018' could not pass in Lok Sabha

'The Right to Disconnect Bill 2018' can relieve stress of employees 

JAN 10 (WTN) - Everyone looks to relax, especially those who are in job. It is natural to be stressed due to office work whether the job is governmental or private. But after such tension, the employees think that they will get rest in the home, but if the phone or email come from the office by the boss or any senior official, then the tension increases again. If you think the phone of boss or senior official should not be received or if the mail should not be checked, then you are afraid of disciplinary action.

Think that if there is a law that will not force you to take the phone of the office while when you are not in duty. Yes, there has been such a similar effort in India too. A bill was presented in the Winter Session of Parliament this time, if that bill had been passed then there would have great relief to any government or private employees.

For your information, let you know that this bill provided that the government or private employers would be able to disconnect their senior officer's phone when employee is not in office or during vacation and if employee does so, then there will be no disciplinary action of any kind.

The bill introduced by NCP MP Supriya Sule from Maharashtra is 'The Right to Disconnect Bill 2018'. MP Sule has also sought to create an Employee Welfare Authority through this bill which can safeguard the rights of employees. Well this bill has not been passed in Parliament. In this bill of MP Supriya Sule, provision was imcluded that if any employee does not receive the phone coming from the office after staying on leave or staying out of duty and does not respond to the email, then any kind of The action will not be taken.

In the matter of establishment of the authority for the staff, the State Minister of the IT Ministry will be the head of the Board and the Ministry of Labor and Communication Ministry will be appointed the Vice Chairman of the Board. The provision was that the work of this authority would have been to prepare a charter between the employer and the employees within one year as per this bill. There was a provision for a fictitious penalty on the bills if any comply with the law.

According to the bill, in case of violation of law, a fine of one percent of the salaries given to all employees on the company is a fine. For your information, let you know that at this time France is the first country in the world where employees have the right to not receive calls or emails of office after office hours, they are free to do so. Apart from France, it has also been started in New York and in Germany it is being discussed to make laws.

It is being said that this bill can once again be introduced in Parliament in a new way. And if this bill is passed then employees will get relief from the mental stress due to office work. Because it has been seen that due to excessive work in the office many times employees are in tension and they do not be comfortable even after coming home because the phones of bosses or senior officials usually come. If this bill is passed then the employees will get relief from the work tension.