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Over 1,350 permanent staff join back duties: HMSI

  • The trouble had started after the two-wheeler major laid-off some 200 contractual employees.
  • Consequently, both permanent and contractual employees began to boycott wok.

Two-wheeler major Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) on Wednesday said that over 1,350 permanent staff associates have joined back duties.

According to the company, last batch is expected to join back on Thursday.

"We are steadily moving towards regular operations with discipline, good faith and positivity," the company said in a statement.

"The decision to resume production at Manesar plant was initiated on November 22nd. All permanent staff associates were informed to join duties from November 25 to November 28 in four batches."

On Tuesday, HMSI in a statement said that it has commenced operations at its Manesar plant with only permanent employees.

The trouble started after the two-wheeler major laid-off some 200 contractual employees.

Consequently, both permanent and contractual employees began to boycott wok.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text.

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