Maruti Suzuki workers demand bail for 147 colleagues

Terminated workers and families of the jailed workers of the Maruti-Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) Manesar plant organised a public hearing at Jantar Mantar here.

Trade unions demand release of jailed Maruti workers

The trade unions also submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda seeking release of the workers.

Maruti workers to observe 'Black Diwali'

Workers from various trade unions organised a rally and a march through Sadar Bazar and Railway Road here Thursday, demanding reinstatement of 546 workers.

Maruti expects 10% sales growth this festive season

The country's top car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki Wednesday said it expects sales to grow by 10 percent in the second half of the current fiscal on the back on the upcoming festive season.

Maruti Manesar plant violence due to internal issues: SIT

Charges against 145 persons have been framed after interviewing 300 witnesses by the Haryana Police.

HMS demands judicial enquiry into Maruti violence

Alleging that Maruti workers at the Manesar plant are still been "victimised" after the July 18 violence, Hind Mazdoor Sabha Thursday demanded a high-level judicial enquiry into the incident.

Manesar plant will resume full production by mid-Oct: Maruti

Maruti Suzuki India on Thursday said production at its Manesar plant, which faced labour troubles recently, will return to normal by the middle of this month.

No significant impact of wage hike on profit: Maruti

The company's total wage cost--starting from managing director to workers-- is a little over 2 percent to total sales, Chairman RC Bhargava further said.

Maruti workers say no to forming grievance and welfare groups

Workers at Maruti Suzuki India's Manesar plant today rejected the proposal of forming grievance and welfare committees, saying they are not interested in these groups, sources said.

Key accused in Maruti plant arson sent to police custody

The main accused in the July 18 arson at Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant has been arrested and sent to five-day police custody.

Maruti to take decision on Manesar plant reopening on Monday

Maruti Suzuki India Friday said it will take a decision on Monday on reopening of its violence- hit Manesar plant where the company had declared a lockout on July 21.

Lockout in Maruti's Manesar unit costing Rs 90 cr/day: Assocham

However, according to Maruti Suzuki, the plant rolls out about 1,600 units per day and in terms of value, the daily loss to the company is about Rs 70 crore (excluding excise).

Maruti to resume production soon at Manesar: Hooda

He, however, could not give a time-line by which the production at the Maruti facility would resume.

Maruti Suzuki to scale up safety measures at Manesar plant

In this direction, the company is exploring the best safety measures in terms of equipment, personnel and on-ground training for its employees, it added.

Maruti Suzuki sales rise 9.2% in July, weakest in 9 months

The lockout at its Manesar plant notwithstanding, the country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India on Wednesday reported 9.2 percent increase in sales for July at 82,234 units as against 75,300 units in the same month last year.

Maruti ropes in psychologists to treat injured employees

Maruti Suzuki India Tuesday said it is roping in psychologists and psychiatrists for counselling its employees, who were injured in the July 18 violence at the Manesar plant.

'Maruti incident could hit job creation'

Maruti Suzuki has declared a lockout following violence on July 18, at its Manesar plant, in which a senior executive was burnt alive and 100 others were injured.

Maruti plant lockout may hit contract workers of its suppliers

Contract labourers working in factories of component suppliers to Maruti Suzuki could bear the brunt of the lockout at the Manesar plant of India's largest carmaker.

Maruti plant incident should not have happened: AICTU

The AICTU leader also said that the labour department needs to be given more teeth to avoid such incidents in the future.

Maruti Suzuki starts assessing damage at Manesar plant

The company also said it is still apprehensive of the safety of its people as the main culprits are yet to be arrested.