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Satish Chandra Tripathi Admin/Facilities Manager, Indian Air Force
 
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Vinod  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
One common observation in the yes's and no's. Middle Managers and lower has voted more for the capping of the CXO Salary and vice versa. They are the ones who turn around the organization. They either create a fortune or ruin the fortune that is...
Satish Chandra Tripathi  |  Argues in support of  |  3 years ago
I have got one simple argument that in todays prevailing world order no amount earned is great enough to satiate the dezires of human being and empirical evidence suggest that monetary benefits are the major source of motivation towards targets of...
Japan Shah  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Frankly speaking i do not accept the idea of keeping a CAP on the CEO salary. We have alraedy seen a lot of cut in few CEO in the recent slowdown. I believe that the CEO must be the best guy in the market to run your company in the best possible...
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SHASHI BHUSHAN TIWARI  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
pf money is only way of saving during rainy period of life .therefore ;each citizen must have right to get back with safe return and thus why not allowed.
Satish Chandra Tripathi  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
The earning potential is substantially higher if invested in stock market with only rider of efficient and effective mechanism for accountability of the fund manager and at the same time vesting of necessary authority inĀ  him to take timely and...
Jyoti Rath  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
I think EPFO the employees provident fund should allow and they are just investing only 5 % from its reserves, and earlier partly from its reserves they were hardly earning reasonable returns on its investments in government securities and bonds...
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