Labour, Jobs and Employment – Harmonization of labour laws, gender gap, unemployment, etc.

New labour reforms in way

  1. Context: Govt plans to introduce five new labour bills in the second half of the budget session
  2. Aim: To accelerate labour reforms that have been on the back-burner for the past year
  3. Bills: Industrial Relations Code Bill, Wage Code Bill, Small Factories Bill, Shops and Establishments Bill, EPF Bill
  4. Simplification: Govt wants to club around 40 existing labour laws into 4-5 acts
  5. For example, all wage-related laws will be made part of the wage code and all industrial relations laws included in the related code
  1. Context: Govt plans to introduce five new labour bills in the second half of the budget session
  2. Aim: To accelerate labour reforms that have been on the back-burner for the past year
  3. Bills: Industrial Relations Code Bill, Wage Code Bill, Small Factories Bill, Shops and Establishments Bill, EPF Bill
  4. Simplification: Govt wants to club around 40 existing labour laws into 4-5 acts
  5. For example, all wage-related laws will be made part of the wage code and all industrial relations laws included in the related code
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