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think employment: centre's withdrawal of labour law reform is unfortunate




as the run-up to the 2019 general elections begins, the question of whether jobs are being created on a sufficiently large scale has begun to dominate conversations in both policy-making and political circles. some recent attempts to quantify the growth of formal employment have suggested — by loo...



why it is important to create jobs, not merely count employment numbers




last week, the labour ministry released data on employment in the organised sector during the quarter ended march 2017. effectively, this also makes available estimates of employment created in the organised sector during fiscal 2016-17. these estimates are made from the labour bureau's quarterly em...



alberta announces overhaul of workplace laws




alberta's government is taking the pen to the province's workplace legislation.as announced on march 13, 2017, the employment standards code (employment standards) and the labour relations code (labour code) will be the subject of a brief public consultation (closing april 18, 2017) before the...



what are the main political parties pledging on employment issues?




​employment issues have emerged as a major election battleground in the united kingdom, reflecting the aspirations of the conservatives and labour—and perhaps to a lesser extent the liberal democrats—to be recognized as the "workers' party." theresa may has rather boldly claimed to be pledging...



govt postpones indian labour conference fearing boycott of modi speech




the union government has postponed the indian labour conference, which was to be inaugurated by prime minister narendra modi. the decision was apparently taken to avoid an embarrassment, as central trade unions had threatened a boycott of the event. “the ilc has been postponed. inconvenience is re...



new rules for maintaining combined registers under various specified labour laws




on feb. 21, 2017, the ministry of labour and employment, government of india (ministry) has notified the ease of compliance to maintain registers under various specified labour laws rules 2017 (ease of compliance rules). the ease of compliance rules have come into force with effect from the date of ...



telstra crashes on dividend cut




economists are weighing in on this mornings jobs data. here's a taste of what the eggheads (and we mean that in the nicest possible way, as fellow eggheads) are telling their clients:citi's josh williamson says the abs release has "something for everyone":july's solid employment increase didn't erod...



statsguru: lack of reliable jobs data is achilles heel of policy making




the absence of reliable and regularly updated data is the achilles heel of policy making in india. take the case of employment. analysts have been grappling with a fundamental question — are enough jobs being created for the millions entering the labour force each year? and more recently, what has...



bankers smile as shares rally




economist reactions to today's employment figures, with most pointing out that while the recent strong growth in full-time jobs should please the rba, it's unlikely to spark an early rate hike:josh williamson, citi:annual employment growth is now running at 2.0%, the fastest since april last year. l...



govt may hold plan to ease hire-and-fire




the union government is likely to put its proposal to ease retrenchment norms, by allowing factories with a large workforce to hire and fire without seeking its permission, on the back burner. several protests staged by central labour unions, including the rashtriya swayamsevak sangh-affiliated bhar...



presstv-‘uk could stay in eu single market permanently’




the british labour party’s deputy leader has said his party will push for the united kingdom to remain within the european single market permanently.    in an interview on friday, tom watson admitted labour is now positioning itself as the party of “soft brexit.”he said britain’s continue...



too much of a political risk? govt may hold plan to ease hire-and-fire




the union government is likely to put its proposal to ease retrenchment norms, by allowing factories with a large workforce to hire and fire without seeking its permission, on the back burner. several protests staged by central labour unions, including the rashtriya swayamsevak sangh-affiliated bhar...



govt initiates survey to count jobs under mudra scheme




under attack from the opposition on the lack of growth in employment opportunities, the national democratic alliance (nda) government has tasked the labour bureau to ascertain the number of jobs created under prime minister narendra modi's flagship micro units development and refinance agency (mudra...



top greek business federation defends labour ‘jungle’




the hellenic federation of enterprise (sev), greece’s most powerful business association, in its latest weekly bulletin, paints a bleak picture of the labour market, but defends the deregulation of the market effected during the crisis, asserting that it is not the cause of high unemployment.the y...



overview of recent labor reform




​labor reform in brazil was approved on july 13, 2017, amending several articles of the labor code and laws 6,019/1974 (temporary employment), 8,036/90 (severance fund) and 8,212/1991 (social contributions).the legislation still protects the constitutional rights of workers. however, it seeks to m...



key differences between irish and uk employment law




​in the context of intensifying brexit negotiations, more u.k. companies are looking to ireland as a base to establish business or increase their market presence.from an employment law perspective, u.k. and irish legislation is broadly similar. very often as employment lawyers, irish attorneys are...



bms calls budget 2018 'anti-labour'; to boycott modi's speech at ilc




the rashtriya swayamsevak sangh (rss)-affiliated bharatiya mazdoor sangh has threatened to boycott the indian labour conference (ilc), saying their demands were not met in the union budget 2018-19. prime minister narendra modi will be inaugurating the conference after a gap of three years. other tra...



agriculture no longer main rural income source




non-farm activities, not agriculture, generated more than two-thirds of the income in rural areas. but this hasn’t translated into significant rise in employment opportunities in these areas or bridged disparities in worker productivity, a discussion paper floated by agriculture economist and niti...



macron stakes credibility on five-year labour reform plan




french president emmanuel macron is gambling on a five-year labour reform strategy to revive his political momentum and pull france out of its economic rut, but union leaders still need to be convinced.prime minister edouard philippe officially starts briefing unions this morning, but the broad stro...



french labour law reform | riviera insider




during his presidential campaign, emmanuel macron announced his plans for significant reforms to france’s labour laws. the government discussed the changes with unions and employers’ organisations during the summer of 2017 and has issued ordonnances in order to grant more flexibility to small an...



labour must choose: the people or the single market | british politics | for eur




the desire among the british people to end the economics of austerity and build an economy based on high-skill industry and manufacturing was sensibly reflected in labour’s 2017 election manifesto. but most of the promises and policies in that manifesto could not be met if the uk stays in the sing...



transgenders: identity discard - india legal




above: the third gender need to be recognised as a separate category at the workplace. photo: kh manglembi devithe centre has moved to derecognise transgenders in the labour law framework despite a supreme court judgment saying they need to be given equal opportunities ~by venkatasubramanianin a con...



city wants brexit tax cuts, google's extremist woes, phoney self-employment




the tax burden on britain's wealthiest has almost trebled since the 1970s, says the daily telegraph. high earners now pay a fatter slice of britain's total income tax bill than they have done under labour. the top 1% of income taxpayers, who earn in excess of £162,000 a year, now pay 27% of all inc...



algorithm increases employment opportunities for refugees




asylum seekers and refugees with subsidiary protection are allowed to work in switzerland - but only in the canton to which they are assigned during their asylum proceedings. this allocation is based on politically defined parameters: for example, a canton's population size is taken into account, an...



govt brings back fixed-term employment, central trade unions to oppose move




the union government has issued a draft notification to allow all businesses to offer fixed-term contracts to workers. this will enable industries to hire workers for short-term assignments and terminate their services once the projects are completed. the labour and employment ministry brought back ...