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THE IDEA OF LABOUR WELFARE AND INDUSTRIAL JURISPRUDENCE EMBEDDED WITHIN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

By Vaishnavi Soni

(Student, LL.B., UPES, Dehradun)


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Abstract
The term “welfare” encompasses a wide range of concepts, including state well-being, good health, happiness, wealth, and human resource development. The concept of welfare has always been viewed as a holistic term that encompasses a person’s physical, mental, moral, and emotional well-being. The welfare of man, his family, and his community is implied by the social idea of welfare. It is a three-part interconnection in the sense that they all function together and separately supplement one another. Although labour is a vital part of production that gives life to other factors, after industrialization, workers were treated poorly by their bosses because they were illiterate, destitute, and unaware of their rights. The government has been developing in order to protect the interests of the Labour Party. In order to improve the working class’s situation, labour initiatives must be tailored to their needs. In an attempt to implement these into practice, The labour welfare policies organisation is conducting a detailed review of the needs. As a result, the focus of this work is on the concept of labour welfare.
Keywords
Labour law, labour welfare, industrial jurisprudence, labour.

TypeResearch Paper
InformationLex Humanitariae: Journal for a Change, Volume III Issue I, Pages 166-172
DOI Linkhttps://doi-ds.org/doilink/04.2022-69234453/lexhumanitariae/V3I1/A20
ISSN 2582-5216
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