Visiting officials of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) yesterday sought the views of union leaders from different economic sectors on the labour situation in Bangladesh across six major areas.
The working environment for garment employees has improved to a great extent because the government took steps to ensure the security of workers, says Anisul Huq
Bangladesh’s labour law and rights situation under EU scrutiny
All cases filed against Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus and his organisation Grameen Telecom have been withdrawn by the latter's employees from the courts concerned after they reached a settlement over the claim of payments.
On May 20, 1921, around 3,000 tea labourers were waiting at Chandpur railway station.
Do the people, who work in the private sectors of Bangladesh, know about the labour laws of the country? How much do they know?
New York files a lawsuit seeking to compel the Trump administration to turn over more information about a pilot program allowing employers to resolve violations of federal overtime and minimum wage laws without penalties.
The government is scuppering to amend the labour law to ease the conditions for formation of trade unions and allow inspection of factories housed inside the export processing zones before the International Labour Conference kicks off on May 28.