DHAKA: Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) Sunday again asked GrameenPhone authorities to submit a report with the total number of latest job termination.
The GP authorities were asked to submit the report within July 11.
Over 300 employees of county’s mobile giant GrameenPhone (GP) have lost their job so far in the ongoing retrenchment process.
At least 50 employees faced the termination measure in the name of job saving ‘examination’. So that notorious! ‘Examination’ has become a panic for the GP employees creating a stagnant situation in the company. Those who are still in job they are passing days through frustration and panic.
Earlier GP authority tried to console the anxious employees that they are not terminating anybody but are not in a position to accommodate all for rearranging the company in newer way.
At the last on Sunday banglanews was informed that so far 120 employees have been retrenched. Chief Communication Officer of GP Kazi Manirul Kabir changing his earlier position told, “We did not say that we are retrenching no one.
He added: “Not only we, but this retrenchment measure takes place all over the world, including Bangladesh. We are not retrenching employees with a definite target which is a usual practice of the foreign companies.”
GP has started the process of terminating employees in the name of ‘so called job saving examination.’ At present, GP has 4800 manpower on the roll.
After the retrenchment process begun, Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) wanted to know the reason by sending letter.
But that futile exercise of BTRC could not deter the GP authority stopping retrenchment. Next the GP employees formed GP Employees Association to protect their job.
BDST: 2015 HRS, JUL 08, 2012
Edited by: Abul Kalam Azad, Newsroom Editor
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