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Improvements In Labour Law Administration Through Use Of Technology

Divya R Aradhya, BBA LLB, PES University


labour law is essential and important topic as it regulates the relationship and responsibilities of the employer and the employees. it includes even rights and duties of the employment. This legislation is bought into force to eradicate illegal practices and unfair remuneration or harassment in workplaces. To create a better and safer environment for the employers and employees. Nowadays, technology is constantly evolving, and every industry depends on it for daily operations. The purpose of this article is to clarify how technology and labour legislation are related. To evaluate and manage the workforce in many contemporary businesses, quite sophisticated technology is used. Although there have been significant advancements in the use of technology in labour law, certain areas of it are still highly outdated and need to be updated in line with the new digital era. This increased blurriness and fragility in labour have created many new difficulties that require new ways of thinking about regulation.

Therefore, the article argues that both law and technology must be modified to cope with the new challenges. Following this, the article proposes three possible ways in which to start considering the regulation of labour in the digital reality. embrace flexibility as part of the legal order and use it as an interpretive tool and not just as an obstacle, broaden the current legal protection and add a procedural layer to the legal rights at stake, and use technology as part of the solution to the dilemmas that technology itself has emphasized. By doing so, this article seeks to enable more accurate thinking on law and regulation in the digital reality, particularly in the labour field, as well as in other fields and contexts.

Keywords: labour and technology


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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