Oragadam unit to resume partially, pay cut for protesters: Royal Enfield

Oragadam facility was disturbed by a strike called by an un-recognised Union

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T E NarasimhanGireesh Babu Chennai
With  protesting workers having decided to return to work at Royal Enfield's factory near Chennai, the management in a notice issued to the employees said that the resumption of the operations in Oragadam Plant will be based on readiness and will resume partially. 

The employees will be allowed to resume work based on a commitment to consistently support operations without creating any disruptions in future. Calling it an illegal strike, the company also informed that there will be a deduction in the salary of those who participated in it.

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First Published: Sep 29 2018 | 5:08 PM IST

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