COVID-19 Lockdown: Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh watering down labour laws is a body blow to the working class
If these ordinances are not repealed, we risk a return to a regime where labour is again pushed back to fighting for elementary right of the eight hour working day
Industrial relations code bill introduced in Lok Sabha: Bill to provide fixed-term employment, amalgamate three labour laws
Industrial Relations Code, 2019 was introduced by Labour minister who said that there was nothing in it which was against the interests of labourers
Telangana transport strike: HC directs state govt, TSRTC employees to work towards amicable settlement
Telangana High Court on Tuesday directed the state government and striking employees of the state road transport corporation to work towards an amicable settlement.
Budget 2018: Farm sector gets a boost but customs duty hikes to protect domestic market dampen reform spirit
The Budget in many ways reverts to the Indian practice of introducing ‘reforms by stealth’.
Tamil Nadu government’s clarification that the information technology employees in the state can form trade unions to redress their grievances by invoking the Industrial Disputes Act 1947 is a bold pro-labour step
Emboldened by a friendly government at the centre led by Modi, Vasundhara Raje is making a bold attempt to reform labour laws in her state. States may now lead reforms using their federal powers