Tata Steel to continue the salary for families of  employees who passed away due to COVID-19

Tata Steel which is one of the largest corporate houses in India, recently announced that families of the employees who passed away due to the Covid-19 would continue to earn salaries till the retirement age of the deceased.

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Tata Steel which is one of the largest corporate houses in India, recently announced that families of the employees who passed away due to the Covid-19 would continue to earn salaries till the retirement age of the deceased.

The group took to their official Twitter profile to announce the news. “Tata Steel has taken the path of ‘Agility With Care’ by extending social security schemes to the family members of the employees affected by COVID19. While we do our bit, we urge everyone to help others around them in any capacity possible to get through these tough times", the tweet read.

In the statement, the company stated, “With you, a promise of yesterday, today and tomorrow.” It added that the company stands with the affected families with a deep sense of loss at the demise of the employees during the pandemic. The family will get the last drawn salary till 60 years of age of the deceased employee/nominee along with medical benefits and housing facilities".

The company further said that it would shoulder the education expenses of their children till they graduate and will also provide medical and housing facilities to families of all the frontline employees who have died due to Covid.