Javed Jabbar’s latest memoir is a recounting of a turbulent period in Pakistan’s chequered political history and a now mostly...
The clauses should not leave any room for ambiguity.
It isn’t necessary to take disciplinary action for every wrong.
Lawyers are confused about which forum to approach.
The absence of a union means unilateral decisions by the management...
There is no substitute for collective bargaining with unions...
Provinces need to update workers’ welfare laws.
Labour laws are in a state of confusion.
Leave allowed under the law is quite generous.
Many companies are in a quandary.
SESSI should be focusing on improving medical standards at its outlets.
Employers often flout the law in sacking workers.
Almost all countries revise minimum wages from time to time.
The centre and provinces must find a solution to the pensions issue.
The celebration of May Day in Pakistan has become a mere ritual.
A sequel book by a music aficionado provides insight into the life and work of 35 more film playback singers from the Subcont...
A book traces the history of Pakistan’s leftist labour movement through the life and politics of activist Karamat Ali
Some gaps remain in the law, which must be addressed.
Reducing ages on paper is a common practice in Pakistan.
Sindh’s agenda of devolving critical labour laws is a blessing