The whole outlook on domestic workers is so' feudal here. There are 90 million domestic workers in India, and it's sad there are no rules for them. Across Asia, 'domestic work' (e.g. work carried out in the homes of others) is a common occupation. Yet domestic work is usually not recognized in many societies as I employment' and labour laws do often not protect the workers.
In spite of the fact that cotton is the fiber of inclination, man-made fiber (polyster fiber and polyster fiber yarn) is additionally created by around 110 extensive and medium size makers. Turning is finished by 1561 factories and 1170 Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). Factories, primarily situated in North India, convey 33.24 mn. shafts and 0.375 mn rotors while the SME units create their yarn on 3.39 mn axles also, 0.112 mn. Rotors delivering 2260 mn kg of cotton yarn, 940 mn kg
If the curve is constant, the producer has constant returns to scale. 3 a) Features of perfectly competitive market structure: • Number of firms: in this type of market structure, the production is done by large number of firms. Because of higher number of firms, a small portion of the total supply is contributed by each firm and firms do not have market power. It depicts that no firm can determine the price and they
They do not have the safety of provisions of provident fund, gratuity etc. • Lack of paid leaves – Majority of daily wage workers do not have the safety net of paid leaves • Exploitation • Safety of Women • Child Labor Due to nature of their job and due to the fact that 82% of labor is employed in unorganized sector Advantages of Daily Wage – • For workers, it may provide opportunities to enter the labour market and gain work experience, as well as offer those who have left the labour market a chance to re-enter it. • For companies it provides flexibility in their operations and lower their cost. This leads them to provide direct/ indirect employment to more people than they could have if they did not have this option • It provides the worker flexibility of picking and choosing when to work without a fixed time compulsion as in a salaried job. However as overwhelming majority of workers in this segment are from the economically disadvantaged sections of society who would want the economic and social security of a steady, fixed employment this might not be an actual realizable
“Work defines the conditions of human existence” (Ghosh, n.d., p.1) Since the 1990s informal sector employment has increased rapidly in all regions of the world. In developing countries, informal sector is a chief source of employment for women. Majority of the women who are economically active in developing countries are employed in the informal sector and this claim is supported by the existing data. According to UN “In India, the informal sector accounts for nine out of every ten women working outside agriculture” (Chen, 2001, p.2). Moreover, a vast majority of these workers are either home based workers or street vendors.
Women, in the past, engaged more in these matters, of course. Because men were engaged in livestock raising and agriculture and as a result women engaged in selling goods. The prominence of women presence in economic activities was not far off earlier Islamic geographers. Hudud al- 'Alam’s obscure author writes: “Gill men’s job was warfare and women’s job agriculture.” (Hudud al- 'Alam, 1340, p.
Informal economy includes that part of the economy that is no regulated by the government, does not pay taxes and conducts most transactions in cash. It is responsible for providing employment to significant part of the population that is not covered by the formal sector. It is typically managed by households and small, family owned or proprietary businesses that hire workers off-the-books. Most common examples of informal workers include domestic help, drivers, guards, or even construction and factory workers in bigger businesses. The workers in this sector are usually poor, although there are exceptions to it.
Since, there is no competitors amongst it firms each of the individual will earn the same amount of money as the workers expects they will only get that what is planned for based on equality. This makes the lower class tends to become greedy and corrupt those who have it since there is no way for the classes beneath to gain how their country actually works. By this, communism leads to poverty. This create an employment problem due to the lack of growth in industrial and there is little in technology, cultural and financial growth that are encouraged by the state to certain factors. Another disadvantages of Communism is there are little or no consumer sovereignty at all.
INTRODUCTION Even today, unemployment is one of India’s most crucial socio-economic problems. Unemployment is the phenomenon where a person is not gainfully employed in a productive activity (Sethi and Andrews, 2011). It can be voluntary or involuntary. Voluntary unemployment refers to a person being unemployed by choice and not by compulsion. Such people are usually not considered unemployed since it’s voluntary.
Mia Philippines is such a poor country despite having a vast amount of resources, natural resources. Around 21.6 percent of the Philippines’ population lives under the poverty line. Socialism or communism would be the best action towards resolving poverty. Maria Poverty will not be resolved through socialism. First, the Philippines does not have any industries yet, which means we are an agricultural country.