Saturday, 1 October 2011

Labour unrest at Maruti Suzuki Manesar plant ends

Labour unrest at Maruti Suzuki India plant has finally come to an end, following the talks intervened by Haryana Government.
Maruti Suzuki Labour members have agreed to sign the Good Conduct bond, whereas Maruti has agreed to take back 18 trainee workers however, the 44 suspended workers will not be taken back by Maruti.
“This reinforces the management’s position that indiscipline is not acceptable. The agreement will create a conducive environment for the company’s growth and the workers’ prosperity,” a company official who took part in the talks told PTI.
The talks were brokered by the Haryana government with officials, including Deputy Labour Commissioner J.P. Mann, Assistant Labour Commissioner Nitin Yadav and Gurgaon District Commissioner P.C. Meena, involved in hectic negotiations. Later, Haryana Minister for Labour and Employment Shiv Charan Lal Sharma also joined the talks held at Gurgaon.
The workers will not be paid for the strike duration under “No Work No Pay” clause.


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