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?
Progressive companies grant additional bonuses and leave.
Trivial amounts of the cost of living allowance makes salaries seem absurd.
Labour laws have become confusing and contradictory.
The life and times of a worthy politician from the perspective of his contemporaries
The poor cannot afford costly litigation.
An account of the development and growth of workers’ unions in Pakistan
Post devolution, workers’ benefits may be restored.
Social protection for workers must be improved.
Recognition of prior learning can lead to better opportunities.
There is a lack of awareness of overtime labour rules.
Funds cannot exclusively devolve to Sindh.
Ease of doing business needs improvement.
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The laws are there but their enforcement is weak.
Pensioners are bearing the brunt of the row between EOBI and employers.
Each worker should be responsible for accident-free operations.