Trade unions unappeased after meeting PM Narendra Modi in absence of any concrete assurance
On the eve of the 46th Indian Labour Conference, PM Narendra Modi met leaders of trade unions and heard their views on economic policy,
Trade Unions reject proposal to swap ESI benefits for health insurance
The amendment is also being opposed by the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, an affiliate trade union of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
Passage of insurance bill in Lok Sabha 'deplorable': CITU
Welcoming the call given by insurance sector employees for a day's nationwide strike on March 9 against the government action, CITU appealed to all trade unions irrespective of affiliations to organise solidarity actions in support of the strike.
Transport strike: No impact on normal life in Tami Nadu
The one-day nationwide strike called by various transport unions against a proposed Central bill did not affect normal life in Tamil Nadu.
Nationwide transport strike affects services in Karnataka
Incidents of stone pelting on public buses were reported from different parts of the state including Bengaluru, Hubballi, Bellary and Raichur.
Employees of 3 SAIL units on strike: INTUC
Around 10,000 employees of these plants including temporary and contract workers are on strike protesting against the government's proposal to divest in these units.
Trade unions question TDS on PF withdrawals, want order on hold
In a notification issued yesterday, Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) said it will deduct TDS from June 1 on PF withdrawals where accumulations are over Rs 30,000.
Citu is ready to join hands with Trinamool to oppose Modi government's anti-people policies
Neither Chatterjee nor Sen reacted to Citu's desire to get their support for the strike which has been called to oppose a number of policies of Narendra Modi's government.
Government aims to get unions on board for labour reforms
Government is hoping to get trade unions on board to table a new industrial code legislation in the monsoon session of Parliament.
CITU leader rapped for 'Tamil rebels support Munnar' Jibe
The CPM has rejected the view put forward by its trade union wing that Tamil militants were behind the strike of the tea workers of Munnar.
CITU opposes government's move to privatise airports
CITU opposed the central government's attempts to hand over management of vital infrastructure like airports to private corporates.
Government to soon mandate EPFO to invest 5% of incremental corpus in ETFs
The finance ministry had notified the new investment pattern for non-govt provident funds, superannuation funds and gratuity funds.
One dies in CITU, INTTUC clash at West Bengals Burdwan district
One person died in a clash between Trinamool Congress and CPI(M) trade union activists at Jamuria in Burdwan district.
Maharashtra labour reforms seek to make sacking, closures easy
The state is considering a proposal which could end up allowing 95% of its industrial units to lay off workers without seeking govt clearances.
City cab services to be hit in Bengaluru today
The protestors are unhappy over the minimum charge of Rs 6 per km fixed by app-based companies.
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