Globalised Capital Market and Legal Framework for Labour Welfare in India

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 24-29
By

    Bhupinder Singh

  1. Associate Professor, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract

A well-structured social or employment policy contemplates maximization of employment and improvement in the standard of life of the workmen by assuring good wage to enable to live a decent standard of life and imparting to the workmen, educational and vocational training. Labour management relations are a dynamic socio-economic process and they are constantly strive to maximize their preferred value by applying resources to institutions. The labour law seeks to regulate the relations and also form the welfare provisions and policies. The access of this law is wider than any other law as it touches the lives of billions of workers with the help of Labour Organization to provide the multiple benefits as- wages, dearness allowances, bonus, fringe benefits and regarding working conditions like- leaves, working hours, health, safety and welfare.

Keywords: Labour, capital market, policies, socio-economic justice, working conditions

[This article belongs to Journal of Capital Market and Securities Law(jcmsl)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 4
Issue 2
Received November 3, 2021
Accepted November 8, 2021
Published December 31, 2021