HAL WORKERS STRIKE
Pact between HAL management & striking unions likely on December 5: Defence Minister
The workers had gone on a strike from October 14 to October 22 to press for their demand of 15 per cent fitment benefit and 35 per cent perks with effect from January 1, 2017 on par with executives. "As far as Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd strike is concerned, it is in the process of being called off," the Defence Minister said.
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HAL workers begin indefinite strike
All India HAL Trade Unions Coordination Committee (AIHALTUCC) had on Sunday announced the indefinite strike after talks with the management ended in failure.
HAL workers begin indefinite strike over wage revision
The workers of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited across its nine units in the country, began an indefinite strike on Monday, pressing various de...
Talks fail, HAL workers’ union to go ahead with indefinite strike on Monday
The HAL management has maintained that it would make all-out efforts to avert the strike.
Government proposes to make 14-day prior notice mandatory for employees to go on strike: Santosh Kumar Gangwar
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Impasse continues as HAL management and workers differ on wage revision
CB Ananthakrishnan, Director (Finance) at HAL, claimed that the workers will get an average hike of 17% after the wage revision.
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Karnataka High Court directs HAL staff to call off strike
The company sought the high court's intervention for withdrawing the strike through a writ petition on October 18, stating that the trade unions had no legal right to go on strike under the Industrial Disputes Act.
Tool-down strike by HMSI's Manesar plant workers to protest sacking of contract employees
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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.
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