New Delhi, Oct 2: Seventh Pay commission, recommending salary increment of all central government employees will soon submit its report to Finance Ministry.
Reportedly, in the report the commission has recommend government to take some hard decision which will surely not augur well to these employees.
It is being said that part of the increment will be performance linked. If the employees' performance will not be up to the mark, there could be deduction of 5-6 per cent in their salary.
Apart from this, under performers' service duration will be cut short too. They will get chance to work either till the age of 55 or 33 years of service.
Headed by Justice A K Mathur, the Commission was appointed in February 2014 and its recommendations are scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2016. After it comes into force, reportedly Government staff will get overall 30-40 per cent salary hike in their present salary. Lots of other allowances are also to be given to the central government employees.
The revised emoluments will benefit nearly 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners. In August, the government had extended Commission's term by another four months till December 31 to give recommendations.
The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often states also implement the panel's recommendations after some modifications.