Subcontractor did not pay Debts TCDDye remained

Subcontractor did not pay Debts TCDDye remained: TCDD, contractor firms to pay the workers to pay compensation to millions of pounds was condemned.
SAYIŞTAY PREPARED A REPORT
Turkish Court of Accounts, 'General Directorate of State Railways Enterprise (Tcdd) 2013 Audit Report' has been completed. The report included details about cases filed on behalf of the institution. The following statements were used in the report, which emphasized that the workers employed by contractor firms that were procured by tender, would receive personal rights such as wages, leave, overtime, notice and severance pay from the contractor firms and filed a compensation suit;
SUBCONTRACTOR PAYMENT BORROWS REMAINED
“It is observed that these cases are gradually increasing. In this regard, 665 Lawsuits have been filed and the total amount requested is 7,4 million TL. Of these, 369 resulted against TCDD and 2,1 million TL was awarded. The remaining 296 cases are pending.
TASERON EMPLOYEES
In the report, the majority of the cases filed against TCDD, personnel and service procurement within the scope of the cases opened by the agency workers working within the scope of the following statements were included.
“It is recommended to take initiatives with the relevant authorities to ensure that the problems arising in this matter are resolved in a way that guarantees the financial and social rights of subcontractors. Organizations should also be taken on their own initiative to take various precautions in this regard and to fulfill their obligations and responsibilities as required.
NO ADDRESS OF FIRM COMPANIES
In the report reminded that subcontracting companies want to recourse after the lawsuits filed against TCDD, the following statements were made, noting that even the addresses of these companies were not met; “It is observed that some contractor companies sometimes do not comply with goodwill. As a matter of fact, after the lawsuits filed against TCDD, when subcontracting companies want to recourse, there are situations where even the addresses of these companies cannot be found. ”
LAST THREE YEARS
In the report, which emphasized that there were 2012 thousand 14 Lawsuits filed on behalf of the institution in 109, and in 2013, 3 thousand 358 cases were opened by the organization, and 119 thousand against the organization, “283 respondents, 7 lawsuits and 8 reported cases were also followed. Thus, the number of Lawsuits pursued in 2013 reached 18. Of these, 884 thousand 2 cases were concluded in the period, and 919 thousand 15 cases were handed over to 965. 2014 of the cases concluded in 2013 concluded in favor, 946 against, 569 partially in favor and partially against. ” The statement said.
MACHINES HAVE BEEN DISCLAIMED 461
In the report, it was reported that the machinists filed 2014 Lawsuits as of July 461 within the scope of the 'actual service increase' to the company. It was stated that the number of lawsuits filed as a result of disagreements between the TCDD and the owners regarding the expropriation transactions is close to 21 thousand.
2,9 MILLION AT THE CASE RELATED TO THE PERMISSION FEES
The cases filed against the TCDD have been an important part of the cases filed against the TCDD. In this case, 3 lawsuit was filed for a total of 456 million TL in the case, and the TCDD was paid a total of TL1 million.
THE RIGHT OF THE EMPLOYER
In the report, which referred to the agency units at various times to make the annual leave of the workers permitted in time, although the necessary announcements were made with internal orders, the report stated: “In addition to the uncertainties that emerged in the records of the old years, it is observed that the disputes arise in the calculation of the annual leave related to the workers. For this reason, the managers of the workplace and the managers to whom the workplace is affiliated and other concerned should show the necessary sensitivity in this regard. For this reason, in order not to encounter unused annual leave fees, loaded payments, lawsuits and court costs during retirement and turnover in the organization; It is recommended to take necessary precautions, especially regarding the issue of annual leave of absence, and to ensure that the managers and workplace supervisors, in particular, show the utmost care in this regard. ”
SIMPLE SIMPLE TO BE MADE
In the report, the General Directorate of TCDD, General Procedures and Principles to be Followed in Service Procurement 808 Numbered General Order within the framework of the necessary training and audits to be carried out continuously to follow the implementation of the order, and the follow-up of the penal sanctions to be applied in the said order was recommended to follow.

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