Contractual Labour in India

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    Student at SRM University Delhi NCR, India

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India's economy is currently one of the fastest growing in the world. Foreign direct investment and the rate of industrialization have accelerated dramatically. This has resulted in the creation of numerous new small, medium, and large-scale industrial units, service sectors, etc., and both the customer base and demand are growing. Corresponding to this rising demand and meeting client needs Businesses in these sectors need to produce things around-the-clock. In addition to machinery, money is a crucial human resource for this project. Three categories of labor exist: staff, on-roll team members (workers), and contractual employment. Staff is the first category. Contract labor is heavily used by several manufacturing businesses in order to cut human costs and overhead. And and the practise of using contract labour is becoming more popular. The Paper, which is based on secondary data, aims to illustrate the existing circumstances of contractual labour in India and the provisions now in place for them under Contract Labor.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 253 - 262


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