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LABOUR LAW REFORMS
The Code on Wages
The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2019
The Code on Social Security, 2019
The Industrial Relations Code, 2019
What to cover
The paper shall consist of the four codes which are to be enacted and the 44 labour laws which are to be codified into these 4 codes. The code of wages, 2019 has already been into force and has received the assent of the President on 8th August 2019. The Code on wages, 2019 covers payment of bonus act, 1965, minimum wages act, 1948, payment of wages act, 1936 and equal remuneration act,1976.
The code was reintroduced in the parliament and subsequently enacted for the welfare of the workers and employers covered under it. Though the act was enacted to introduce a central legislation which would govern provisions related to wages, it has several shortcomings for which it is criticized by the trade unions and lawyers. Authors are required to give a detailed analysis of the code which has been enacted along with the other 3 codes which are pending in the Rajya Sabha.
It should be in MS Word format.
There shall be an appropriate title of the manuscript.
The manuscript shall be original and unpublished.
The submission shall be grammatically correct, non-plagiarized and free from any spelling mistakes.
The full names of all the author(s) must be given in the cover letter.
There shall be a uniform method for citation in the manuscript.
The body of the manuscript shall be in Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times.
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