Nokia’s Chennai workers get poor salaries: Finnwatch

NEW DELHI: Mobile handset manufacturer Nokia has come in for adverse notice, with an independent research report saying employees at its manufacturing plant in Chennai are being paid low salaries, a contention rejected by the Finnish major.

The observation is part of the report prepared by ‘Finnwatch’, which is aimed at understanding unionisation and precarious employment conditions in the mobile phone factories of Nokia, Salcomp, Flextronics and Foxconn in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai.


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