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Toyota Kirloskar Motors to bear Covid vaccination expenses of its employees and family
Bengaluru: Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) on Wednesday announced that it will cover the costs of Covid-19 vaccination for all its employees, their family members and contract employees.

The company will reimburse expenses incurred for both the doses of approximately 25,000 members which includes employees, their family members and contract employees, according to a release here.

Considering vaccination is crucial in the fight against the pandemic, an employee can choose to reimburse the costs of the vaccinations or get them free of charge at a company identified health care facility, whichever is convenient.

Mr G Shankara, Vice President, Human Resources and Services Group, TKM said, 'Our employees are our most valued asset and we place utmost importance to improve the quality of life of our workforce and their families. In addition to providing a conducive working environment, we continually evaluate and introduce unique welfare measures over and above the statutory requirements.

Especially during the pandemic, we ensured uninterrupted support by providing facilities ranging from critical health programs and priority doctor-on-call, mental and physical awareness to manage their health needs from home thereby reducing the load on local hospitals. With this gesture, we aim to safeguard the health and safety of all our employees, their family members and the community at large."

The company has introduced multiple policies and programs that granted employees with paid leaves for the absence due to infection or quarantine. The company also provided special Covid-19 insurance coverage to employees and family, Covid care kit to the families of our employees (Sanjeevini Kit) and nearby community, dedicated hotline services along with extensive CSR support to the frontline workers of the Government of Karnataka amongst other support.

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