Lysva Metallurgical Plant’s Trade Union Delegates Come to MMK

7 December 2018 (09:59)

UrBC, Magnitogorsk, December 7, 2018. A group of Lysva Metallurgical Plant’s trade union delegates paid a visit to Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works (MMK), MMK’s Information & PR Department reports.

Lysva Metallurgical Plant became a member of MMK Group’s large production chain around a year ago. The new owner brought the long-expected changes that touched upon every aspect of the plant’s operation from production issues to management system.

The trade union representatives, who lead the plant’s social life, went to see their MMK counterparts for an experience-sharing session.

Visitors from Perm Territory were interested in the organization of trade union’s work on job safety, social partnership, information policy, and general coordination routines. MMK trade union members spoke about the mechanisms and polices they use in their everyday operation and presented their ERP project on Resource Logistics and My Trade Union mobile app.

Additionally, Lysva Metallurgical Plant’s delegates had a guided tour of MMK’s production site and social infrastructure facilities, where they could see for themselves how a trade union and an employer can work together. Chair of MMK Lysva Metallurgical Plant’s trade union committee Andrei Golovlev thanked Chair of MMK Group’s trade union Boris Semyonov and all the other trade union members for their hospitality and the productive collaboration throughout their visit.

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