Social Security of Unorganized Workers in India

Author : Faisal Fasih | 2016
Published By: National University of Juridical Sciences (NJUS)

In India, only about 7 percent of all the workers are entitled for most of the benefits of the social security laws and the rest belonging to the unorganized category are not provided adequate coverage and if covered, the laws and schemes are often not implemented. Unorganized workers are compelled to spend out of their meager incomes for all contingencies and remain helpless in their old age. An attempt has been made to dwell upon the concepts of social security and unorganized worker. In this regard, several legislation and judicial decisions, along with schemes at the Central and State Levels have been analysed.

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