Student at Aligarh Muslim University, India
Globalisation has numerous elements, and one of the most important is its impact on labour. Though it has a global impact, it is even more relevant in a developing economy like India. Workers’ rights to social security are recognised in India’s Constitution and other welfare legislation. However, with the Government of India’s adoption of a new economic policy of liberalisation and privatisation, labour faces a new set of issues. They are posed primarily as a result of economic restructuring, which has impacted work relationships, as well as a growth in the unprotected informal labour force. This study aims to examine the new issues that have arisen in the workplace, the efficacy of existing labour-related social security measures in the current economic climate, and recommendations for ensuring workers’ entitlement to social security in the trade regime.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 1643 - 1651DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114231
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