GM India and the General
Motors Employees union have signed a new three-year wage agreement that will
support further advances in vehicle manufacturing quality, efficiency and an
improved work environment.
In a press note, the company
stated that for the first time, both the company and the union have agreed to
terms and signed the agreement settlement before the previous labour agreement
“We are pleased that we have
reached agreement and provided greater certainty for our manufacturing
employees at Talegaon,” said Pritpal S Kular, Vice President Human Resources,
“The agreement is effective
from 1 April 2017 and runs until 31 March 2020 and is an important step in our
plan to consolidate GM India’s manufacturing at the Talegaon plant in
Maharashtra,” he added.
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