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Latest Articles in labour

Textile Market In Surat Facing Shortage Of Labour, Urge Govt To Relax Quarantine Norms

Labourers are not coming as they have to live in 14 days prescribed quarantine, and there is no system available to facilitate the quarantine of such people.

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Karnataka CM Directs Authorities To Provide Aid To Migrant Labour Who Died While Walking Over 200 Km To Reach Her Home

There is a government to help you and come to your aid. Follow the instructions of the government. If you have the problem, call the help desk.

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Wages Grow But Majority Of Indians Earn Less Than Rs 10000

The report states that labour productivity has grown several times faster than wages

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Minimum Wage Bill To Be Taken Up In Monsoon Session Of Parliament

The law will enable the Central government to set benchmark minimum wages for different regions across the country

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India Needs 10 Million Jobs Per Annum Till 2030 To Counter Unemployment

The employees in the country are estimated to grow by 8 million per annum for the next decade and a half, which is a little part of the job requirements in the economy, with a lot of workforce still finding employment

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Contracted Labours Suffered The Most During April-June: Report

According to the report in the manufacturing sector, the composition of total estimated change in employment reduction of 87,000 by gender shows a 65,000 reduction in male workers and 22,000 reduction changes in the female workers

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Life Of A Construction Labourer's Child

An estimated 90% of urban construction workers are rural migrants, and over a third of all rural migrants work in construction projects along with their families

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Workers Of Unorganized Sector Earn Rs 6688.90 Per Month: NSSO

The report shows that average annual emoluments per hired worker are highest in Kerala (Rs 1,25,616 per annum) and lowest for Assam (Rs 53,726 per annum).

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