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Haldia Plant faces indefinite strike - Tata Chemicals

04
Mar '10
Tata Chemicals Ltd has informed that the operations at the Company's Haldia Plant have been disrupted due to the daily wage labourers and casual workers belonging to CITU union going on an indefinite strike.

Tata Chemicals Haldia factory Contractors and the contract workmen had signed a tripartite Consensus in the presence of Labour Authorities on January 08, 2010. The gist of the terms agreed in the Consensus singed was to be converted into a formal settlement and signed on January 18, 2010.

The Union came up with a fresh set of demands and as a consequence, District Labour Commissioner referred the matter to Additional Labour Commissioner. The contract labour union was pressing for fresh demands to be incorporated in the Long Term Settlement which were not subject matter of the Consensus signed on January 08, 2010 and the union served an indefinite strike notice on February 10, 2010.

While the matter is still under active conciliation proceedings, contract labour union have resorted to illegal strike, hampering operations of the plant.


Tata Chemicals Ltd


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