Tata Motors employees returned to work on September 1, four days after the auto major observed a ‘block closure’ at its Pimpri-Chinchwad plant from August 28 to 31. Santosh Dalvi, general secretary of Tata Motors Employees Union, tells The Indian Express there was no fear among the workers, and that they were confident the company would bounce back as the festive season sets in. Excerpts:
Tata Motors observed a block closure from August 28 to 31, the second one in August. The next block closure is slated to take place next week as the demand for its cars and heavy vehicles has dropped significantly
This is the second block closure this August, which could affect small scale industries employing 2,000 workers. However, company officials said there was nothing to worry as it would soon return to its “top gear”.
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