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... A Department of Labour was established while the Wages Act (1925) laid down minimum wages for unskilled workers, although it excluded farm labourers, domestic servants, and public servants ... It also established a Wage Board that regulated pay for certain kinds of work, regardless of racial background (although whites were the main beneficiaries of this ... The Old Age Pensions Act (1927) provided retirement benefits for white workers ...
... India has over 50 major Acts and numerous laws that regulate employers in matters relating to industrial relations, employee unions as well as who, how and when enterprises can employ or terminate ... Some of the major laws relevant to India are Workmen’s Compensation Act of 1923 The Workmen’s Compensation Act compensates a workman for any injury suffered during the course of his employment or to his ... The Act provides for the rate at which compensation shall be paid to an employee ...
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