Indefinite protest by workers will affect the armed forces: HAL
The HAL management and the workers are at loggerheads as the workers are not satisfied with the hike offered by the company.
“The Management is open for discussions and conclusion of wage revision effective from January 1, 2017, can be achieved only with the co-operation of the Unions based on realistic and affordable expectations/demands. The proposed indefinite strike by the Unions would neither be in the interest of the organization nor the employees,” the HAL said in a press release. “The management has brought out that acceding to unrealistic and unsustainable demands would, while on the one hand contravene the government’s guidelines and also impact the competitiveness of the Company.”
The HAL said it would expect higher efficiency of workmen considering the present competitive scenario. “In line with the extant statutory provisions, the proposed indefinite strike will be tantamount to illegal strike and workmen are bound to lose various Company benefits.”
The HAL management and the workers are at loggerheads as the workers are not satisfied with the hike offered by the company. “The proposed indefinite strike will have adverse repercussions on the performance of the organization in general and workmen in particular.”