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Exploring Changes in Labour Codes : South-East Asia | #InConversation

With advancements in technology and challenges posed by the pandemic, many laws have been revisited for adaptability and effective implementation.

One such direction focuses on labour protection and creating flexibility in the market to ease business. Watch # LawWiser latest #Inconversation video on “Exploring changes in labour codes: South East Asia” with Ojasvita Srivastava, General Counsel at Securitas AMEA and our host Avani Shukla.

Ojasvati briefly shares the insights such as comparing the labour codes with International standards and how Vietnam has dealt with labour protection aspects which emerged due to the new labour code.

She also answers a question related to Which South Asian country is pioneering robust labour laws and some key takeaways for other jurisdictions.

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India’s Legal and Regulatory Framework Regarding Work from Home – Quick Byte

Due to the pandemic, traditional work operations are now replaced with work from home. Non-traditional working modes are the future and hence proper regulatory frameworks are needed for the same.

 

In this video, Avani Shukla of #LawWiser takes you through the developments in India’s legal and regulatory framework concerning work from home (WFH) regulations. WFH has been adapted internationally as well with options for hybrid working. She also shares insights on the International Labour Organization’s report, and why there is need for a proper policy in India to meet the needs of both employer and employee in a balanced manner.

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Code On Wages by Rajendra Misra – Explainer

The Labour laws have been consolidated into 4 Codes and this video focuses on one of the – Code on Wages, 2019.

As part of LawWiser’s Expert #Explainer series, Rajendra Mishra, General Counsel, IHCL helps us understand this new Code on Wages that has subsumed the provisions of the Payment of Wages Act, 1936, the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 and the Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.

He also highlights the key changes to various aspects such as the definition of wage, conditions of payment of wage, and penalty among others. #watchnow to understand what these changes are and how they will impact your organisation.

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