Kia Motors and MG Motor have already offered their employees variable pay and other incentives
Amid the economic fallout of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic, automobile manufacturers are making sure they offer increments and bonuses to boost staff morale.
Human resources (HR) executives told The Economic Times that while payouts may be delayed due to a cash crunch, companies should avoid taking harsh decisions.
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Kia Motors and MG Motor have already offered their employees variable pay and other incentives, the report said. Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), Hero MotoCorp, Ashok Leyland, TVS Motor, Toyota Kirloskar and Tata Motors are likely to make payouts in August, it added.
At M&M, bonuses are usually offered on June 1, the report said. "While bonus will be paid this year, we will take a call when to do it," Rajeshwar Tripathi, Chief HR Officer at M&M, told the publication.Maruti Suzuki may announce increments in August, but salary hikes are likely to be lower than previous years, the report said.