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General Motors' employee union sues global CEO Mary Barra: Report

The company has failed to pay the 1,086 workers it laid off in 2017 while exiting the Indian market

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The employee union of the General Motors' Talegaon plant has sued the company's chief executive officer (CEO) Mary Barra, senior vice president and president Shilpan Amin and several other senior officials in a contempt of court case, a report in the Economic Times (ET) said.

The company has failed to pay the 1,086 workers it laid off in 2017 while exiting the Indian market. The local court had ordered the company to pay 50 per cent of the salary to these employees from April 2022. 

The company owes nearly Rs 25 crore to these retrenched employees.

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First Published: Jan 20 2023 | 10:04 AM IST

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