Government shows committment to comply with ILO’s principles and treaties

  May 1, 2018 By: INSEC

On the occasion of international Labor day   the government has commitment to fully implementing Labour Act, 2074 (2017) and disclosed preparations for minimal wage increment to guarantee disciplined work under an appropriate wage system quoting RSS.

While addressing citizens on the occasion of the international labor day, PM Oli said that the government remains sensitive towards the plight of the Nepali youths forced to risk lives in an unknown foreign land and engage in hard labour.

He added  that the government was now concentrating its attention towards the need to create an environment for using the young human resources’ knowledge, skills and energy for nation building and development of the country.

The PM expressed the government’s determination to create opportunities for life-sustaining income and a working environment to allow workers to work with self respect in their homeland.

Underlining the constitutional provisions granting right to every worker to undertake their respective works, suitable allowance, social security rights based on facilities and contribution, permission to open trade unions as per the law, participation in such unions and right to collective bargaining, PM Oli said the government remained committed to comply with the International Labour Organization’s fundamental principles and treaties.

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