Labour Department is dedicated to the cause of the toiling masses, and for providing them better standard of living through various laws and schemes implemented by different wings under its control. Labour
Governor is pleased to introduce a new and consolidated social security scheme for the unorganised workers namely, SAMAJIK SURAKSHA YOJANA, 2017.
An Act to provide for the regulation of recruitment in State Government establishments and establishments of public undertakings, statutory bodies, Government companies and local authorities in West Bengal.
WBTIDCL is the active agent of this project. In case of Commercial cars the State Government shall provide 30% of the price of car or Rs 1 Lakh maximum as subsidy.
Government expects that the employers in the unorganized sectors shall also pay bonus/ex-gratia to their workers before commencement of Durga Puja, 2017.
The officer authorized by the Board shall register the name of the worker as a beneficiary under any scheme under the Act, if such applicant workman has complied with all the requirements as laid down in these rules and shall issue an Identity card.
An Act to provide for social security and welfare of certain unorganised sector workers and to provide other measures connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Rates of daily wages of daily-rated workers under the Government whose wages are not regulated by any of the Statutory provisions like the Minimum Wages Act, etc. for 2016.
A scheme in the name of “State Assisted Scheme of Provident Fund for Unorganized Workers” (SASPFUW) was introduced by Labour Department in 2001.
Governor is pleased to revise the provisions of existing guidelines to dispose of the cases of compassionate appointment in a just and equitable manner.
Providing training for registered job-seekers through selected Institutions, certification thereof and disbursement of subsidy for such training programmes upto a maximum amount of Rs. 5000/- or 50% of the course fee whichever is less.