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Making the fruits of labour, sweeter.

Labour Day or International Workers’ Day is celebrated annually on 1st May by the working class and labourers across the world. Globally labour unions celebrate this day to create awareness about issues like forced labour, minimum wage law and rights of migrant workers and improving working conditions of the workforce. Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has reasons to celebrate Labour Day. In its endeavour to formulate Indian standards in the field of Employee welfare, BIS has formulated two main standards IS/ISO 45001 on Occupational...

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