New Delhi: Nissan India on Friday mentioned Nissan Renault Monetary Providers has donated INR 1 crore to the PM CARES fund.
Nissan India has additionally contributed INR 6.5 crore in direction of native communities, with a money contribution to the Tamil Nadu SDMA, Tamil Nadu CM Aid Fund and COVID-19 aid gear to NGOs and hospitals, resulting in the full quantity of INR 7.5 crores, an organization assertion mentioned.
Sinan Ozkok, president, Nissan Motor India, mentioned, “As a people-first group, Nissan has at all times prolonged help to the native communities throughout these troublesome instances. For the reason that outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve at all times helped our workers and different stakeholders by means of our differentiated CSR initiatives. We’re devoted in direction of offering all the required means to the individuals in want. Our donation to the PM CARES Fund is an endeavor to increase a serving to hand to society throughout these difficult instances.”
Rakesh Kochhar, senior vp, International Treasury and Gross sales Finance, Nissan Motor Company, mentioned, “The second wave of COVID-19 has disrupted many lives and left individuals with uncertainties. NRFSI has come ahead and donated INR 1 crore for the well-being of society to help the federal government throughout these difficult instances. As well as, Nissan India is dedicated to assist society and its workers by means of steady help and CSR outreach.”
In the meantime, an Indian arbitrator has requested Renault-Nissan to pay its 3,542 employees at its southern India plant a mean of over INR 7,100 (USD 95.52) per 30 days in further wages as interim aid, in keeping with a duplicate of the order reviewed by Reuters on Tuesday.
Staff on the Renault-Nissan plant in Chennai filed an industrial arbitration go well with demanding INR 20,000 as a month-to-month interim settlement after the expiry of a earlier wage settlement in March 2019.
To this, Nissan mentioned in a press release to Reuters it was dedicated to providing a aggressive package deal to its employees, and was open to a retrospective fee at its southern India plant.