At least 44 central labour laws are expected to be subsumed under four labour codes in 2020, making it a year of reforms as India works to bolster investments and tackle slowdown blues, according to labour minister Santosh Gangwar. His ministry is also mulling over a ‘Santusht’ portal soon for effective implementation of labour laws at the grassroots level.
Entering 2020, the government hopes that India would be able to implement all four codes on wages, industrial relations, social security and occupational safety, health and working conditions, Gangwar told a news agency. These are expected to improve ease of doing business and safeguard interest of workers.
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