News: Toyota Kirloskar to comply with government in standoff with Staff

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Toyota Kirloskar to comply with government in standoff with Staff

Toyota Kirloskar has decided to comply with Karnataka state government directive to restore normalcy at its manufacturing facility near Bangalore and has decided to remove its condition of asking workers to sign "good conduct" agreement before joining work. Toyota Kirloskar, an 89:11 joint venture between world's largest car manufacturer and India's Kirloskar on Sunday night issued a statement saying the management is willing to remove the clause provided the workers start work from Monday.

Toyota Kirloskar has decided to comply with Karnataka state government directive to restore normalcy at its manufacturing facility near Bangalore and has decided to remove its condition of asking workers to sign "good conduct" agreement before joining work. Toyota Kirloskar, an 89:11 joint venture between world's largest car manufacturer and India's Kirloskar on Sunday night issued a statement saying the management is willing to remove the clause provided the workers start work from Monday.

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