Labour Welfare in India

Kamaldeep Kaur

Abstract


Labour is an important  factor of production which infuse life in other factors but After industrialization  labour force is treated very badly  by their bosses because  they were illiterate,poor and unaware about their right. In order to protect the interest of labourGovernment has developing Labour strategies according to the  requirement of working class in order to improvement their condition. In order to implement these labour  welfare polices organization are doing detail need  analysis so  main objective of this paper is to study the need for labour welfare in India context and what kind factor will . Also in this research examined about the labour welfare act and agencies responsible of  implementation of  welfare provision in India

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i8.160

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