(RIL) is helping rebuild the lives of the family members of its employees that lost the Covid battle by providing them the last-drawn salaries for the next five years and supporting the education of their children until they graduate from college.
As the second wave of coronavirus have proved to be deadlier claiming lives of family members. Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries (RIL) has announced several measures to help the families affected by the pandemic even as it continues to provide last drawn monthly salary for five years to the nominee of the employees who have succumbed to the disease.
While announcing the measures to employees through a letter, Nita Ambani, said: “Some of us are struggling to cope with the deeply painful loss of our precious colleagues, family members, and loved ones who have succumbed to Covid-19.”
“The company will honour the promise of ‘one Reliance family’ and will support them. Reliance stands with each one of you in this hour of grief. To all bereaving families of any off-roll workforce member working for the group, who has succumbed to Covid-19."
RIL has announced that it will continue to provide the last drawn monthly salary for a period of five years to the nominee of the employees who have succumbed to the disease.
RIL will provide 100 per cent payment of tuition fee, hostel accommodation, and book fee up to Bachelor’s degree at any institute in India for all children of the deceased employees.
A lumpsum payment of Rs 10 lakh directly to the nominee of the deceased to support and care for the grieving family. This contribution will be made through the Reliance Foundation.
Report by Chetali S M
Reported on – 03/06/2021
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