workplace for people across hierarchical levels.He said the guiding principle is that each employee, irrespective of their level, has the best knowledge on the area of their work. Rajiv Gandhi, Executive Director (Plants), MSIL, told BusinessLine 5) Worker Representation (Unions & Councils)- Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU) and Maruti Udyog Kamgar Union (MUKU) are unions formed at Manesar and gurgaon plants. Currently the workforce of Maruti Suzuki is 9400 employees. 6) Maternity Leave- Six months of paid leave will now be provided for women going on maternity leave, an increase from the previous policy of 12 weeks with an additional four weeks in case of maternity-related complications.The new policy has been made applicable to all women employees currently on or about to go on maternity leave
MARKETPLACE- SUPPLIERS- 1) The Company has a set of regulatory policies in place which clearly define rules and regulations for smooth functioning and guides the suppliers which norms are to be followed. The suppliers are audited and rated against various parameters of environment, occupational health and safety including safety management system, general working conditions, hazard identification and control, emergency management system and legal compliance. 2) The implementation of green procurement policy was a major step towards management of supply chain in a more environmentally friendly way.As per the rules in the guidelines, all Tier-I local component suppliers are required to sign the green procurement agreement and also submit environmental compliance sheet. The rules prohibit any usage of any sort of banned substances as per legal laws in components manufacturing. 3) The Company encourages and assists; its Tier-I local component suppliers in implementing of ISO 14001 which is related to EMS Environment Management System . As per the estimation 86% of the local component suppliers’ plants were ISO 14001 certified. 4) Procurement of components from local suppliers has multidimensional benefits like real short lead time for procuring, boost local economic growth, mitigates foreign exchange fluctuation risk and saves time. But,local procurement has its own challenges like, non- availability of skilled manpower, industrial relations and infrastructure constraints at supplier’s facility, complexity of network and volatile markets. 5) The Company has laid down robust sourcing processes to ensure selection of appropriate suppliers from the many available suppliers. Route rationalisation that is construction of new roads and highways and using that as means of transportation has helped in reducing emission, curtailing down of in delivery time and efficiency improvement. The Company has an online legal management system through which it tracks all legal compliances which are then reviewed by the Board on a quarterly basis.
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- Fall '19
- Gurgaon, Suzuki, Maruti Suzuki India