Eight-hour movement - The News International

Movement for the rights of the labour is intrinsically rooted in the trade unionism. It sprouted as a consequence of the industrial revolution. The movement engrossed to force the otherwise self-serving and buccaneer industrialists to rectify the ...

Govt to strengthen laws for improving living standard of labourers - The News International

Reiterating government's commitment to take all measures, including strengthening of labour laws, for enhancing the welfare and living standards of workers and their families, President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have said that ...

Tweet on Twitter - Pakistan Observer

Labour Day is marked on 1 May every year. It is celebrated to show respect and pay tribute to labour class in Pakistan which plays a vital role in nation building. Pakistan's first labor policy was announced in 1973. In present economic conditions of ...

Nation to observe Labour Day today - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: The International Workers' Day (Labour Day) is being observed today (Monday) across the globe, including Pakistan, to acknowledge workers' achievements and promote social justice and universally acknowledged human and social rights.

Labour Day: President says govt fully aware of problems, needs of workers - The News International

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain has said the government was fully aware of the problems and needs of the workers' community. “I salute to labourers for playing a pivotal role in the national development,” the president said in his message issued ...

Labour Day to be observed across Pakistan on Monday - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: Labour Day is going to be observed on Monday across Pakistan to express solidarity and to honour the rights of labour class. Special rallies, publications, television programs and skits are scheduled to express solidarity and honour their works.

Nation to observe Labour Day tomorrow - Pakistan Today

The Labour Day, also known as May Day, will be observed tomorrow across the globe, including Pakistan, to acknowledge workers' achievements and promote social justice and universally acknowledged human and social rights. Labour Day is a public ...

Govt committed to enhance welfare of workers: PM - The Nation

Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif on Sunday said that the government is fully committed to take all measures, including strengthening of labour laws, for enhancing the welfare and living standards of workers and their families. “The contributions of our ...

Unions, workers to celebrate Labour Day tomorrow - Pakistan Today

KARACHI: Like other parts of the world, Pakistan's labour unions and workers communities throughout the country are all set to celebrate the International Labour Day by holding seminars, rallies and demonstration for achievement of their rights. In ...

Workers' rights at the forefront of tomorrow's march - Gladstone Observer

CELEBRATION: Labour Day marchers walk through Gladstone's CBD during a previous year's march. Brenda Strong GLA020511MACH. Popular Stories. 'Well known' Gladstone man punches nightclub security guard in face · Barney Point worker uses ...

Labour Day: Working people are indispensable pillar of country, says Mamnoon - The Nation

President Mamnoon Hussain today said that Labour Day is an opportunity to acknowledge the contributions of working men and women who are an indispensable pillar of our country. “While remembering Chicago Martyrs on this day for their valiant struggle ...

World Labour Day to be observed tomorrow - Pakistan Observer

Labour Day also known as May Day will be observed around the world including Pakistan to express solidarity with workers and labours on Monday. Labour Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers. It has its origins in the labour ...

Is GSP+ status under threat? - The News on Sunday

The incidence of occupational diseases/injuries is 4 per cent, higher for the male workers (4.70 per cent) than for the female workers (1.69 per cent). — Photo by Rahat Dar. Share ! tweet. inShare0. While you would hear many proclaiming that Pakistan ...