Why labour law rejig is no reform10 min read . Updated: 13 May 2020, 12:25 AM IST
- In the race to replace China as the new factory hub, will India’s workers lose even basic protections?
- Several states have made a push for increasing working hours from the existing 8 hours to a new 12-hour shift. But the question is: Don’t workers deserve at least some minimum protections?
HYDERABAD : Labour law in India is rigid, and restricts mobility. It often has vague provisions, gives a great deal of discretionary power to the executive and, therefore, is extremely debilitating.
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