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A commentary on minimum wage act

Introduction A fair wage is the basic demand for workers. In India, where only 7% of workers are in organized sectors (formal or public), workers have some tools like collective bargaining, to negotiate a better wage for themselves. But for … Continue reading

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Why We Need a Minimum Wage Law: A Comic Book

(காமிக் தமிழ் பதிப்பு , இங்கே கிளிக் செய்யவும் .) The right to a living wage is a core demand of the labour movement, and a strong minimum wage law is an expression of worker solidarity across employment sector, region, ethnicity, caste, … Continue reading

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Informal Workers need a Fair Wage Policy and Robust Social Security Net: Finds a Recent Study

Independent labour research institutions and NGOs, have brought out a comprehensive report on ‘Social Protection of Informal Sector Workers and Existing Rights to Ensure Decent Living Wage’. This report is a based on a 10 state survey of informal workers … Continue reading

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