Under the agreement, KPR Mills aims to recruit 12,000 labourers for its expanding production lines, including a new mill in Tirupur in Erode district.
Labour department officials said the company has agreed to pay its new workforce from Jharkhand a monthly remuneration of Rs 12,000 and take care of their food and lodging.
Notably, the incumbent state government led by chief minister Hemant Soren said it was working on a method whereby labourers going out of the state will be documented for future monitoring of their financial conditions and well-being.
The official also claimed that the department will organise period visits at the production units of the Coimbatore-based company to assess the condition and well-being of the workforce which will be hired.
KPR Mills aims to recruit 12,000 labourers for its expanding production lines, including a new mill in Tirupur in Erode district.
Most of its labour requirement will be women.
In the first phase, nearly 2,000 women will be hired.