workers in unorganised sectors need protection in wages safety and health explain with examples
Asked by dvms2003 | 5th Jun, 2020, 09:38: PM
Workers in the unorganised sector generally earn lower wages, have no paid leaves, no pension, no medical claim or any other benefits that are given to employees in the organised sector. However for their survival they are forced to take up such jobs.
Workers in the unorganised sector need protection on the following:
(i) Wages : For example, wages are low and not regular and there is absence of provision for overtime, paid leave, etc.
(ii) Safety : For example, workers working in a construction building always face the element of risk of getting injured. Safety measures must be taken.
(iii) Health : For example, long working hours and unhygienic working conditions can affect the health of the workers adversely.
Answered by Christina | 6th Jun, 2020, 01:23: PM
- why Nrega 2005 is referred to as right to work
- question answer in this chapter
- Write five points on the each Topic. "Working conditions of Women in the Unorganised and Organised Sector of the Economy".
- gives any five key fearures regarding the rising the economic condition of tertiary activity
- what is unorganised sector
- labour is the only factor of problem
- what do you mean by unorganised sector
- what is the employed
- Students in a school are often classified into primary and secondary or junior and senior. What are the criterion that is used. Do u think this is a useful classification? Discuss
Kindly Sign up for a personalised experience
- Ask Study Doubts
- Sample Papers
- Past Year Papers
- Textbook Solutions
Verify mobile number
Enter the OTP sent to your number