Bombay High Court holds Tata Motors liable for unfair labour practice, orders compensation for 52 temporary employees

Justice RV Ghuge was of the view that the employees were terminated strategically so as to ensure that they were not employed continuously for more than 240 days, the criterion to be deemed a permanent employee.
Bombay High Court and Tata Motors
Bombay High Court and Tata Motors

The Bombay High Court recently directed Tata Motors to compensate 52 of its former temporary employees after holding that the company had indulged in unfair labour practices [Shankar Bhimrao Kadam & Ors. vs Tata Motors Ltd.]

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