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The Australian Council of Trade Union says that low wages has led to many Australians taking multiple jobs. The secondary jobs are acquired in healthcare, education and social assistance. The reason behind the situation is low wages in their primary jobs. Another major reason is the increase in casual part time insecure works. Economists call ..
According to Global Wage Report 2018-19 published by International Labour Organization (ILO), women are paid most unequally in India, compared to men, when it comes to hourly wages for labour. This gap in wages, known as gender wage gap is the highest among 73 countries studied in the report. The findings are based on data ..
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As per culture study survey by US-based multi-national workforce management firm Kronos Incorporated, India leads the way as the world’s hardest working country with 69% of full-time employees are happy with 5-day workweek. Indians stated that they would work five days a week even if they had the option to work fewer days for the ..
The Union Government as part of labour law reforms has undertaken drive to rationalize 38 Labour Acts by framing 4 labour codes viz Code on Wages, Code Code on Industrial Relations, Code on Social Security and Code on occupational safety, Health and working conditions. The Code on Wages Bill 2017 has been introduced in Lok ..
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