Urgent Appeal for Employee Rights: Privatization of Litro Gas Lanka and Litro Gas Terminal Lanka
A letter has been sent to the President informing about the employee rights of Litro Gas Lanka and Litro Gas Terminal Lanka companies.
Litro Gas Lanka and Litro Gas Terminal, which claims a continuous successful business history of 150 years, have decided to be privatized due to the current state economic policies, and Litro Gas Lanka companies, which provide high income to the local economy and a huge contribution to the state’s tax capacity, are very important in the economy of Sri Lanka. The letter informed that efficient companies.
With a minimum number of 200 employees, these companies meet the gas needs of the Sri Lankan consumers and the industrial sector. It has been informed that its employees directly contribute to high productivity and success, and trained professionals for the industry provide their services and they are a strong human resource of this company.
Therefore, it has been stated in the letter that if the Sri Lankan government privatizes this business, it should be made mandatory to provide the employee rights mentioned in the letter, and The National United Litro Guardianship Organization, which represents the entire number of employees, will be strongly declared.
The letter is below.