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European Union Becomes Innovative To Save Labour Rights

The European Union is now putting in place a defense mechanism which will safeguard the livelihoods of millions of workers in the EU by ensuring a system of minimum wages.  Indeed, Spain, Italy and Portugal…

Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

ILO concerned over proposed changes to labour laws by Indian states

Sweeping changes to labour laws proposed by governments of Indian states in Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Odisha, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh have sparked a huge debate about their rights and protection. Following objections from labour…

Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

Punjab farmers are missing migrant workers for paddy sowing

As farmers from Ajnala in Amritsar, Punjab to Shekpura in Jhajjar, Haryana are busy harvesting their crops; they are missing migrant workers. This Rabi season, when the country is under lockdown to check the outbreak…

Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

Human Rights stoop to a new low in Pakistan as an 8 year old girl beaten to death by employers

An 8 year old illegally hired girl maid was beaten to death by her employers over a trivial issue when she mistakenly set free pet parrots. The incident happened in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on Sunday, when…

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Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

Avoid Burnout When In Lockdown

The pandemic induced lockdown has brought both challenges and opportunities to improvise and innovate. But the one thing which is troubling working professionals and others in the times of lockdowns is a possible burnout. If…

Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

Working from Home – Rules for the Pandemic Edition

The COVID-19 pandemic has left more people working from home, trying to balance their work and home life. The employees are clueless on how to go about the targets and work expectations while trying to…