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RLR Volume VIII Issue I

TRAFFICKING AND EXPLOITATION OF MIGRANT LABOUR IN SOUTH ASIA – AN ANALYSIS

Abstract As it is a well known fact that for getting the work done we all need manpower and this is in fact the driving force for every economy. To get the economy flowing at the time of shortage of the manpower which becomes the hindrance in industrial growth, there arises the involvement of more […]

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE CHALLENGES IN ENFORCEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANT LABOURERS

Abstract Migration is a basic human phenomenon that often involves the perilous movement of individuals across boundaries.  This has repercussions for the protection of human rights. All people, regardless of where they were born or what country they now call home, are entitled to the protections guaranteed by the numerous international human rights laws.  As

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LABOUR LAW COMPLIANCES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR START-UPS IN INDIA: ENSURING BETTER BUSINESS OPERATIONS & EXPANSIONS

ABSTRACT Compliance norms are legally mandated regulations and rules that a business must follow. In India, compliance with employment requirements must be done in line with the laws of the land. The Indian government has proposed measures to make it simpler for Indian start-ups to comply. One of these possibilities is to exempt start-ups that

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EXPLORING THE ROOTS AND OUTCOMES OF ORGANISATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND ITS IMPACT ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

Abstract In today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world, organisations that practice organisational citizenship behaviour are more likely to succeed in the cutthroat business climate. An organisation can increase efficiency and acquire a competitive edge by encouraging workers to go above and beyond the statutory job requirements. Recognizing the utmost need of organisational citizenship

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