Kathmandu,19 Dec 2014: Regular talks and discussions between trade unions and management of banks and financial institutes have been stressed to develop positive relations between two sides and achieve a good result.
Taking part in a discussion programme organised by Financial Institutes Employees Union of Nepal here today, the participants stressed the need of improving relations between banking employees and management to tackle challenges from non-banking sector.
Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat underlined the need of continuous discussions between the employer and the employees for positive outcomes.Â Progress and prosperity is the desire of all and talks and discussions is the means of establishing peace, the base for attaining progress, in every sector.Â We all should be responsible towards our duty to meet the goal, he said, underlining the need of developing working culture and incentive to dedicated employees.
Banking sector has charms for employment and this sector should take a leadership for economic development in the country. Liquidity existing in the banking sector should be transformed into productive sector, the Finance Minister stressed.
Prime Minister’s economic advisor Dr Chiranjibi Nepal said the finance sector is one of the major parts of country’s economic sector and a smooth relation between employees and management be established for the security of people’s savings.
Nepal Rastra Bank deputy governor Gopal Prasad Kafley suggested banks and finances never forget its social responsibility while doing their business and underlined the need of their quality service.
Nepal Bankers’ Association Chairman Upendra Poudel said the banking sector is the most sensitive sector and all associated with this should have cordial relations.
Union Chairman Ganesh Bahadur KC sought guarantee of workers’ rights to ensure peace in business sector.