Maruti Manesar Case

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<ul><li>1.-Presented by Susheel</li></ul> <p>2. Loss-LossSituation 3. CausesDifferences in salary payWorking ConditionsUnions generally limit themselves to acting as avoice of permanent employeesDemand for a new union 4. Impact on CompanyOperations stopped for a month.Loss estimated to be over Rs. 1,500 croreFear of insecurity to the employees and their familiesProblem of lack of labor resourceMaruti changed its recruitment policyGOODWILL. 5. Impact on EconomyLarge labor- unemployedGDP affectedLoss of country resourcesDisturbance- affecting the common man 6. Problems Lack of communication between HR peopleand labour Lack of coordination between labour unionand HR department 7. For Managers. They have to Properly Co Ordinate with each other Proper rules for indiscrimination in salary They have to control the public pokers They should try to understand the labours problem 8. Actually the problems lies with personnelManagers &amp; HRD managersThese people take hefty salariesThese personnel managers are like Indianpoliticians, they want money but nobodyelse should get it!Personnel Managers and Damagers 9. It is perhaps the socialist way of thinking.There is no real development.Only the union is stronger and there is real workculture. This also should changeWhy workers at Marutis Manesarplant are disgruntled 10. ImpactThey are negative trigger forexisting companies and regionacross the countries and also forprospective investors and jobseekers 11. Manesars outcomeo Plant was suspendedo Abolish contract basiso Loss Rs 75 Core per day 12. Lessons learnto PoliciesoDiscrimination between workerso Late intervention by the government 13. Labour LawA minimum time rate of wagesA minimum piece rateNon-Discrimination of people at Workplace.Local HiringLeave without wagesWorking hours, holidays and overtime 14. Labour Laws tweaked by MarutiEnforcement of the Labour Laws was notfollowed strictly.Labour laws need to be followed but only onhumanitarian grounds.Differences in Salary Pay.Working Conditions. 15. Lack of proper negotiations.Minimum wages.Contract LabourCompanies hire temporary and contract workersnot only because they are cheaper, but becausethey can be laid off when they are not required 16. Necessary changes done after theevent.Hiring contract workers through company HR andnot through a contractor.Reopened the plant with 300 workersFresh recruitment of permanent workersTerminate the services of 500 permanent workers.(Involved in Violence) 17. Employee Labour Relationship should had beenmaintained in decorum.Flexibility is the key, not the cheapness.Treat workers in the factory like humans.The workers should refrain from taking law into theirown hands.What could had been done in order to avoid theevent </p>