Documents with India Legal shockingly reveal that only six of the 41 workers trapped inside were members of EPF or had insurance. Worse, 26 were provided PF and other papers while trapped in an attempt to stop any blame-game
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issued notice to the
Central government, besides all States and Union Territories of the country, over the high death rate of workers employed in factories due to accidents and the compensation provided to family members, seeking their response within six weeks
In a sign of ominous times, the government is reforming labour laws with increased deregulation, weakening of unions and more working hours, but this will not create growth or lead to better productivity.
WITH the outbreak of Covid-19, economic activities abruptly came to a standstill. The magnitude of the impact has had a multiplier effect as it was accompanied by a complete social and economic shutdown.
A single judge bench of Justice Jyoti Singh was hearing the petition filed by Nitin Verma who claimed that despite the revision in the standard rates of wages of prisoners in June 2019 by the Government, they are getting paid in the scale of 2014.
A single-judge bench of Justice Navin Chawla of Delhi High Court while conducted hearing in a petition filed seeking directions to ensure that all the employers make payment of wages to their workers during the lockdown period.