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UAE Ministry issues electronic cards, contracts for workers and employers
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Paperless labor cards, e-contracts cut p...

IMPACT MEDIUM What is the change-The Ministry of Labour in Dubai is moving to paperless labor cards and employment contracts for purposes of work permit and residency visa applications. What does the change mean-The change will significantly ... Expatica France, 1 week ago
Govt relaxes labour rules for oil and gas Financial Express, 1 week ago

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Govt looks for consensual, amicable solution for jute sector

Union Labour minister Narendra Singh Tomar today invited suggestions and solutions in the areas of policy and implementation in the jute sector with a view to evolve "consensual and amicable" solutions. Tomar met with the representatives from ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago 9 Gujarat salt factory cases to be taken up by environment ministry  Smart Investor1 week ago Ministry mediates to restart $6.4 billion Cobre Panamá project  International Mining1 week ago Conference discusses content for APEC ministerial meeting  VietnamPlus2 weeks ago

Budget 2014 hikes allocation for Labour and Employment ministry

NEW DELHI: The Union Budget proposes to increase the plan expenditure of Labour and Employment ministry by around 45 per cent to Rs 2,496 crore for the current financial year with a view to create more jobs. According to the Budget document, the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Budget hikes allocation for Labour and Employment ministry  Business Standard1 week ago
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FRANCE : Wine to be banned in French office drinks parties

So far wine was exempted from the list of alcoholic drinks that employers could ban. But the labour ministry, which issued the directive, said that wine could "threaten the security and the physical and mental well-being of workers." The ...
 Radio France Internationale2 weeks ago No more wine for lunch in France  Voice of Russia2 weeks ago Ban of Wine in Offices by Employers is Allowed in France  MedIndia2 weeks ago France allows employers to ban wine in offices  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Labour Min okays new inspection schemes for factories

The Union labour ministry has approved a more liberal inspection scheme aimed at simplifying business regulations and bringing “transparency and accountability” in the system.For this purpose, a Central Analysis and Intelligence Unit (CAIU) will be set up to analyse and collect field data “for a transparent and accountable labour inspection system”.The scheme will be brought into effect from October 1 for the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) and Employees ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago EPFO brings in new inspection system to ensure transparency  Economic Times3 weeks ago
Business Standard

Employment exchanges to be one-stop shop

the labour ministry has mooted a one-stop shop for employment generation by converting the exchanges into National Career Centres. The plan found mention in President Pranab Mukherjee’s address to Parliament after Modi took charge as the PM. “A ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Free computer training prog

Coaching cum Guidance Centre for SC ST, Imphal under the DG, Employment and Training, Ministry of Labour and Employment is considering to sponsor 100 Employment Exchange registered SC ST job seekers for undergoing a one year O' level computer training at ...
 E Pao!1 month ago Applications invited for computer training  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Ministry seeks action against errant orientation schools

KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Labour and Employment (MoLE), on Thursday, directed Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE) to take action against four orientation training institutes found to be simply selling certificates and notify it at the earliest. The move ...
 Himalayan times2 weeks ago

Plastic labour cards to make way for e-cards from today

Employers must apply for electronic employment contracts within 60 days from a worker's entry to avoid a fine of Dh1,000 for each month of delay. The Ministry of Labour has announced that it will stop use of old plastic labour ...
 Khaleej Times1 week ago UAE To Fine Firms Dhs1000 For Delays In Applying For E-Labour Cards  Gulf Business1 week ago UAE Labour Ministry in fine warning to employers over eLabour cards  Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Companies seek extension of electronic permit deadline  Khaleej Times2 weeks ago
CNBC Africa

Striking metalworkers close to wage deal Labour Dept

South Africa's striking metal and engineering workers are "very close" to sealing a deal for higher wages with employers, a labour ministry spokesperson said on Tuesday. "In terms of the wage adjustments, they are very close," Mokgadi Pela told ...
 Engineering News2 weeks ago South Africa's striking metalworkers close to wage deal: ministry spokesman  CNBC Africa2 weeks ago UPDATE 1-South Africa's striking metalworkers close to wage deal - ministry spokesman  Wards Auto.com2 weeks ago S/African metal industry wage stalemate continues  StarAfrica.com1 week ago
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