Globally, labour welfare has been one of the major aspects of any country’s national program towards bettering the labour force and creating a balanced work environment. But the existing welfare schemes for the unorganized sector are widely scattered and fragmented. Workers are generally poor, illiterate and unaware about their rights. They are weak in negotiating with the employer for employment and wages. Furthermore, in many developing economies, labour market institutions such as worker and employer organizations are weak, thus hampering the development and use of mechanisms to feed information and analysis into decision-making. These issues lead to formulation of ineffective policies and inadequate monitoring, hindering efforts to achieve labour development objectives set by a government.
The identification of issues pertaining to the labour market, critically rests on the availability of data, information and analysis. This data is fundamental for framing employment and labour policies, and reform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies that are better focused and targeted.
The system is equipped with the following components:
The Labour Welfare System facilitates the users from various levels of administrative units such as block, district and state offices for better monitoring of the scheme management and tracking of payment process.
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