The remaining 30% of the wage arrears would be paid to workers as soon as coal India makes a decision. The coal company has about 54,000 men. 5. Medical facilities: Coal India Limited and its subsidiaries are expanding medical facilities for staff and their families across various medical facilities, from the pharmacy level to central hospitals and Apex in different parts of the coal basins. According to official data, the country imports about 56 million tons of coking coal worth about 72,000 kronor. Approximately 45 MT are imported from Australia, the rest from South Africa, Canada and the United States. The collective agreement was due as of July 1, 2016. Negotiations on a collective agreement, which have been successful for more than a year, were concluded on Tuesday, he added. Under the agreement, each employee also benefits from one day of rest each week. The results of the research have been published, which show a decline in investment after the country confirmed that it was exceeding its targets under the Paris climate agreement. The Singareni Collieries have been paying new salaries to their employees since November 2017 and 51,000 euros have been paid for each employee on the entire delay for the 16 months from July 2016 to October 2017.
In March 2017, the CIL`s workforce was about 3.1 Lakh compared to 3.2 Lakh a year ago, with natural wear of about 10,000. RSVs and other issues, including wage increases, may play a role at the next meeting of the joint two-fight committee for the coal industry (JBCCI), which will discuss the national agreement X on coal wages. According to SCCL officials, the company`s management decided, in accordance with Coal India Ltd`s recent decision, to reimburse 70% of the arrears of wages. Collieries management plans to credit employee bank accounts after deducting the amount paid last October, income tax and the Coal Mines Provident Fund. After three years of intense negotiations, the bank`s employee unions and the IBA signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 22 July for an annual wage increase of 15%. CIL subsidiaries have provided financial support and infrastructure for mining schools such as DAV, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Delhi Public School, etc. and other government-run educational institutions to provide quality education to staff children. In addition, financial aid and infrastructure are also available to businesses for some private schools and other educational institutions operating around the coal basins.