KSRTC to recoup lost revenue of Rs 9.5 lakh from 63 employees – The New Indian Express

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By Express press service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a stern message to staff who oppose KSRTC’s reform measures, management has decided to recoup the 9.5 lakh lost due to employee service cancellations. No less than 63 employees in the driver and conductor category have been asked to compensate for the loss of income. Each person has to pay between 8,000 and 19,000, according to a statement issued by the KSRTC office CMD Biju Prabhakar.

This is the first time that KSRTC has decided to penalize crew members for service cancellations resulting in lost revenue and not following management orders.

The transport company was unable to operate 63 services in four units in Thiruvananthapuram on June 26 due to non-cooperation of some drivers and conductors. They refused to comply with management orders to exploit city services by bludgeoning the services of Pappanamcode, City, Vikas Bhavan and Peroorkada units.

The company investigated the incident and found that all units except the Pappanamcode unit could not operate a single city service due to non-cooperation from crew members. The report found the employees guilty of breaking the rules and causing inconvenience to passengers and loss to society.

The action is part of various reform measures initiated by KSRTC management to make the organization more efficient and generate more revenue. She reformed the homework system and made the minimum of 16 homework a prerequisite for getting full pay.

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