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Old 25th July 2009, 21:29   #31
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i thought pay hike is a good thing in these times of recession. even then striking.
Good thing the factory is not in kerala. if it was hyundai would have left India for good.

any idea on why the strike despite the hike?

Please dont tell me the strike is due to CITU being not recognised by the company!!

isnt the CITU guys trouble everywhere?? no offence meant please take it in the positive sense
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In case of Toyota, a superior ( I think manager or supervisor ) was attacked by workers. Those who were culprits were sacked and issue became strike. That is bad IMHO.
The supervisor was not attacked. What happened was a shop floor guy who get to drive the car to the yard, had an accident with the car and was suspended as a disciplinary action by the management. However, as you know the labour group took the opportunity to create pains for everybody.

Personally I would encourage the union only for the constructive work and absolutely not to go against the management. I for one believe Toyota is not a company which exploits its workmen.
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Please dont tell me the strike is due to CITU being not recognised by the company!!

isnt the CITU guys trouble everywhere?? no offence meant please take it in the positive sense
From what I read, it seems like CITU is trying to muscle in. CITU leadership is a bunch of outdated old fogies. And if they are offended by reading this, I would be surprised, because they are very thick skinned as well. Besides, if they read as widely as reading this forum, they would not be who they are.
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Strike Called By Permanent Workers ( 2,000 Permanent Workers ) Source: CNBC-TV18
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Apparently there's another strike coming up at Hyundai. Will the labor unions ever learn from history.

Hyundai workers insist on strike, seek govt intervention- Automobiles-Auto-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times
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Workers threaten strike at Hyundai's Chennai plant


"Trouble is brewing Hyundai Motor India Ltd's (HMIL) plant here with a section of workers threatening to go on strike from tomorrow demanding reinstatement of 18 sacked colleagues"

Workers threaten strike at Hyundai's Chennai plant - The Economic Times
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"Eighteen sacked employees of Hyundai Motor India Ltd's (HMIL) plant here were arrested today after they tried to stage a protest in front of the factory to demand their reinstatement"


18 sacked Hyundai employees try to stage protest, arrested - The Economic Times
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Stike again exactly Two years later does it have to do with half yearly pay, etc.
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