Earlier, we heard about the labour management issues prevailing in the Suzuki company. Now the news of same genre is coming from Hero MotoCorp. Permanent workers of two critical component makers that feed two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp's biggest plant at Haridwar have been on strike for the past two weeks.
According to rules in the state, at least half of the workforce must be composed of permanent employees. Such employees at the two companies are demanding parity with workers in similar facilities in other states.
Another important fact is that the temporary workers have not joined the stir. The component makers, owned by close relatives of Hero MotoCorp's promoter, are located in a 275-acre plot where more than 100 ancillaries churn out different components for the Haridwar plant.
Splendor and Passion bikes production is mainly done in this plant."Most of the employees in this largest industrial cluster of the state are not getting reasonable remunerations," said major trade unions such as the All India Trade Union Congress and Hind Mazdoor Sabha.
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