New Delhi: Amid the growing threat of Corona virus, the Tata Group has said it will pay full wages to temporary employees and daily wagers working at its offices and manufacturing sites across the country amid the threat of loss of jobs and wage cuts. Some Tata companies, such as Tata Projects, have a large number of temporary employees involved in construction activities.
Other companies are also taking some initiative on their part to reduce the impact of the corona virus. Rajiv Bajaj of the Bajaj Group has said that he will not take his salary himself before coming to work to hire an employee. Bajaj Auto MD Rajiv Bajaj is among the highest-paid officials in the country and received a salary of Rs 32 crore in FY 2019.
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, the founder of online payment app company Paytm, will not take two months salary to help his office workers. On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the employers not to cut the salaries of the people at this time of examination.