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Toyota Kirloskar Motor strengthens relationship with employees

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In line with its objective to promote harmony and teamwork, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), today reaffirmed its strong efforts and support to the newly elected TKM Employees Union (TKM-EU). Both Management and TKM-EU committed to work together as one team sharing common goals striving for the betterment of company, employees and society thereby contributing to build a strong nation.

As an employee-centric company, TKM accords 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 well-being of their employees through continuous efforts  to improve, 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, the company stated.

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