An Analysis Of Labour Rights And Decent Work Status Of Working Women In Bangladesh




Naimul Razzaque Diploma in Law (UOL), LL.B (Hon’s), LL.M, PGDHRM, FCTM, PGDCGS (University of Dhaka) Training on Vat & Tax Management MSS in VRJ(University of Dhaka) Correspondent to: naimulrazzaque2019@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

There is no critical exertion for figuring out the degree of work government assistance or the size of work government assistance drives in Bangladesh. There are, 49.5 million of every 2005, 56.7 million monetarily dynamic or dynamic workforce of this country while 54.1 million individuals are utilized in various areas in 2010. Labour regulation (otherwise called work regulation or business regulation) intervenes the connection between laborers, utilizing elements, worker's organizations and the public authority. Aggregate work regulation connects with the three sided connection between representative, boss and association. Individual work regulation worries representatives' freedoms working and through the agreement for work. Business principles are normal practices (at times additionally specialized guidelines) for the base socially satisfactory circumstances under which representatives or workers for hire are permitted to work. Government offices (like the previous US Employment Standards Administration) implement work regulation (official, administrative, or legal).

Keywords:Labour,Rights,Women,Society,Workenvironment,Organization.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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