Negotiations related to the payouts between personnel and managers at a Honda auto parts factory came to a conclusion on Friday night, with the Company's final tender of a pay boost that was considerably less than what workers had been expecting, an employee involved in the negotiations said.
Even though a spokesperson for the Company said the contract efficiently ended two weeks of labor unrest at the Honda Lock factory here, it was uncertain on Friday night whether the 1,700 workers would acknowledge the tender on Saturday or would go back on strike, again.
Fearing that the management may not keep in job or fire him, a worker while keeping his name anonymous informed that it was unpredictable for him how his coworkers felt about the accord, but he said that he was not very happy with the outcome.
Almost all the workers had resumed their work at the facility earlier this week, after the firm offered a minute pay increase and also started taking replacement workers.
Apart from this, the firm has settled to have a meeting with a group of employee representatives, so as to discuss bout paying better wages to the workers in the approaching times.