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PM Modi asks party workers to prepare digital booklets on relief work during coronavirus crisis

PM Modi asks party workers to prepare digital booklets on relief work during coronavirus crisis

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Do not bring labourers from outside the state till July 31: Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation orders business establishments

Do not bring labourers from outside the state till July 31: Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation orders business establishments

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4 Million US Workers Suffer Pay Cut Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Economists are concerned that the country, which had seen some sizable wage gains last year might be facing a major backslide.

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Large numbers of US immigration workers to be laid off

Large numbers of US immigration workers to be laid off

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Coal India Workers Strike Hit Production By About 56 Per Cent: Official

The workers' strike over implementation of reforms including allowing 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in coal mining - which India approved last month to attract global miners to India - paralysed operations.

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Coal India Workers Protest Over Easing Foreign Investment Rules, Output Hit

The company, which accounts for over four-fifths of India's coal output and employs about 300,000 people, registered a 30 per cent attendance due to the strike, which included about 17,000 executives, a Coal India official told Reuters.

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Employers To Recruit For More Permanent Roles

According to HireRight India Employment Report, recruitment drives will focus more on filling permanent roles, as opposed to temporary or contract positions

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Court Orders 30 Per Cent Pay Hike For Garment Workers In Tamil Nadu

India is one of the world's largest textile and garment manufacturers. The $40-billion-a-year industry employs around 45 million workers

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Clothing Brands Must Help Ensure Asia's Garment Workers Get A Living Wage

Asia accounts for more than 60 per cent of the world's garment production, with the industry employing more than 15 million people directly, most of them women

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The Need Of 'Safe In India'

It is a fair responsibility and duty of employers and industry owners to ensure that the workplace is free from risks and accidents

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Global Apparel Brands Pledge To Improve Lives Of Bengaluru Workers

The conditions of garment workers in South Asia have come under sharp scrutiny following the 2013 Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh, in which 1,135 workers were killed, many of them employed by suppliers to Western retailers

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