The new policy presents both promises and challenges.
There are still many unethical employment practices at play in Pakistan.
Efforts to help employees may go beyond an organisation’s domain.
Some key laws should go back to the centre.
Will labour finally get the attention it needs?
Many of Sindh’s workers have benefits, but only in theory.
Employers can no longer exploit workers’ status.
Many legal issues involve trans-provincial firms.
Handling unions’ demands wisely is less costly in the long run.
Many employers are not contributing to the EOBI.
Sindh’s new labour policy is highly ambitious.
It’s time to regularise the services of contractual workers.
Documenting the educational revolution since 1946 in Gilgit-Baltistan
First-time employees may not be aware of company intrigues.
The evolution of collective bargaining rights has been patchy.
The failure to devolve labour laws has caused confusion.
A tit-for-tat policy does not work in industrial relations.
Pakistan would do well to heed the ILO’s advice.
Managing industrial relations requires specific skills.
Why does productivity vary from company to company?