Social security in informal sector: A myth or reality

Hosseini, S. B. and Aisha M. Sheriff and Shima Azizi (2017) Social security in informal sector: A myth or reality. EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce & Educational Management (ECEM), 4 (1). ISSN 2348-814X

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In the present study, the author is going to consider related constitutional rights and existing regulations as well as roots and coverage of social security in unorganized sectors in India. In the case of India, Social Security is a wide approach designed to prevent deprivation, assure the individual of a basic minimum income for himself and his dependents and protecting individuals from any uncertainties. The State bears a primary responsibility for developing an appropriate system to provide assistance and protection to its workforce. Social Security is increasingly viewed as an integral part of development process. Definitely, it will help the system to create a more positive attitude over the challenge of globalization and technological changes. The objectives of the present study are to analyze the various constitutional rights and existing regulations related to social security in India and specifically to examine the various problems belong to India’s unorganized labours encounter to the pursuit of their life strategies. Furthermore, the researcher is going to consider the state responsibility for the effective protection of unorganized labour’s welfare. This study is based on secondary data. In this regard, various libraries were visited and some websites and online journals were reviewed. The researcher through studying various regulations, and constitutional rights will prove that this kind of change both the external and internal control method in Indian society such as, stringent law and economic conditions as well as the independent economic status of unorganized labours and existence of clear strategy to provide effective social security can reduce poverty among unorganized labours in India.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: G Commerce > Commerce
Divisions: Department of > Business Administrations
Depositing User: Arshiya Kousar
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2019 06:14
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2019 06:14

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