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There is going to be a strike in this Tata factory after 40 years, why are the employees angry?

Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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There will be a strike at the Tata Steel factory

Tata Group is considered one of the best employers in the world. When the group set up its first steel factory in Jamshedpur, it also built facilities ranging from daycare centers to hospitals for the employees. But now the employees of a factory associated with this group’s steel business are going on an indefinite strike. These workers in this factory go on strike after almost 40 years.

We are talking about the Tata Steel factory in the United Kingdom, where some 1,500 employees will begin an indefinite strike starting July 8. This strike will take place at plants located in Port Talbot and Llanwern in Wales. The employees are protesting against the dismissal of some 2,800 company employees and the closure of the blast furnace.

There will be a strike at the factory after 40 years

Unite the Union, which leads the workers’ group, says it will be the first time in 40 years that workers at a UK steel factory have called a strike aimed at seriously disrupting Tata Steel UK’s operations. Union members began working according to the rules and banned overtime since the beginning of this week.

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“Unite the Union” says: “Around 1,500 Tata employees based in Port Talbot and Llanwern are going on an indefinite strike in protest against the company’s plan to cut 2,800 jobs and close its blast furnace.”

Unite general secretary Sharon Graham says: ‘Tata employees are not just fighting for their jobs. Fight for the future of your community and the future of the steel industry in Wales.

Strike until the plan is canceled

Sherome Graham says this strike will continue until the Tata Group stops its destructive plans. ‘Unite the Union’ fights to save Wales’ steel industry. Tata fully supports the employees in their historic fight, which they deserve.

The union says the opposition Labor Party has asked Tata Steel to stop its plans. In addition, there was a call for talks with the new government elected after Britain’s July 4 general election. He said the Labor Party has said that if it wins the election it will prioritize an emergency meeting with Tata.

Tata Steel has said that it is disappointed by this step by the employees. He is talking to the union to postpone this strike.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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