Foreign automakers struggle to keep Indian workers happy

08/29/2011 | IndustryWeek

Maruti Suzuki, India's top automaker, stopped production at one of its plants after disgruntled workers allegedly committed acts of sabotage. Plants operated by Honda, Hyundai and GM have had similar clashes between managers and Indian workers, who say they're underpaid and poorly treated. "If labor problems persist or spread across industries, it is not good," says researcher Jagannadham Thunuguntla.

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