UK: An EU agency has highlighted the heightened risk of foreign domestic workers in the UK enduring slavery-like conditions. Covering a range of employment from fruit picking to kitchen work and construction, published interviews with 237 adult workers who have been victims of severe labour exploitation between 2013 and 2017. ... See MoreSee Less
European report points to legislative gaps in Britain while claiming inquiry was blocked by ‘mafia networks’ in France
NCR: Lack of creche and child day care facilities in general forces most workers to take their children to work. In construction sites, children are often exposed to dust, falling bricks and other dangers leading to disastrous consequences. ... See MoreSee Less
“A draft national policy on domestic workers is under consideration of the central government,” Gangwar said in a reply to the Lok Sabha.
A new dualism in the urban job market is emerging: a growth in relatively secure formal employment having two sets of workers, one with better employment condition or decent jobs, and another with poor employment conditions almost similar to informal employment. ... See MoreSee Less