A National Employment Policy, the first in the country, can go a long way in addressing perhaps the most profound problem of the economy.
With wealth inequality rising, India’s policymakers should incentivise the unorganised sector that employs most of India’s labour force.
The measures in ESIC and EPFO are welcome but they do not cover the unorganised sector workers who are the most vulnerable.
CM Yediyurappa has said that Rs 10,000 relief will be given to growers for per hectare loss, in order to benefit about 20,000 farmers.
Data reveals that interests for real estate jobs jumped 22% while postings for these jobs also increased by 3% in March 2020-March 2021
With new law employees will get one whole extra day to spend on leisure activities and recover from their weekly pressures and employers would save co