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BSNL plans voluntary retirement scheme

Monday 21 January 2013 | 01:55 CET | News
Indian state-owned telecommunications provider BSNL is planning to offer voluntary retirement to 100,000 employees. The voluntary retirement scheme proposal, which is yet to be approved by the government, wold reduce the salary burden for BSNL by 10-15 percent, PTI writes.

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Categories: General
Companies: BSNL
Countries: India
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