Toyota Kirloskar Motor Managing Director Masakazu Yoshimura and Toyota Kirloskar Motor Employees Union President S R Deepak show the joint agreement signed between the management and workers.

Bengaluru, NFAPost: In line with its objective to promote harmony and teamwork, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) on Monday signed a joint commitment and reaffirmed its strong efforts and support to the newly elected TKM Employees Union (TKM-EU).

The joint commitment was signed between TKM Managing Director Masakazu Yoshimura and TKM-EU President S R Deepak.

As part of signing the joint agreement, both Management and TKM-EU erinforced their commitment to work together as one team sharing common goals and striving for the betterment of the company, employees, and society thereby contributing to build a strong nation.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor Managing Director Masakazu Yoshimura and Toyota Kirloskar Motor Employees Union President S R Deepak sign the joint agreement between the management and workers at the company plant in Bengaluru on Monday.

As an employee-centric company, TKM accords the highest respect to its people and believes that both the employees and the company are interdependent. TKM’s philosophy of ‘Mutual Trust & Respect’ has led the company to work together respecting each other’s opinion and needs with a shared conviction to promote “Mass Happiness for all’.

Management and TKM-EU is fully committed to promote the well-being of their employees through continuous efforts to improve the workplace, teamwork, flexibility, and productivity for mutual benefit and achieve world-class competitiveness to tackle the challenging business scenario and provide heart-touching experience to customers for a brighter future.

Both parties also agreed upon respecting each others opinions and needs. They also reinforced both parties commitment to build Toyota Kirloskar Motor as the most admired company.

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