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A study of labour legislations regulating the terms of employment of security guards working with private security agencies

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Babulal Dargad
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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Modern labour regulation institutions are among the most active and significant today. A nation's daily life is significantly more affected by these institutions than anything an outside organisation or force could do. In order for labour laws to evolve, there are a number of factors that must be taken into consideration, among them the growing class solidarity among workers and their realisation that the power of collective bargaining is real, the growth of enlightened self-interest among employers as to the importance of an efficient and contended class of workers, and the realisation by the general population in order for labour laws to evolve, This century's labour movement was instrumental in the adoption of labour laws across most of the globe, including in India. After India's independence and the establishment of a democratically elected government, attitudes regarding the needs and interests of the working class in India began to shift. The most important law in the country, the Constitution, enshrines the general principles that underpin the many labour laws. Increased labor-market rules have been implemented in an effort to address the various issues the labour market has created. Private security firms in India employ 8.9 million people and have the potential to hire an additional 3.1 million by the year 2022, making them one of the largest employers in the country. Private security agencies employ a large number of people in spite of the fact that the country lacks proper standards and existing labour welfare and social security legislation and Constitutional Provisions that cannot be stretched far enough to cover the terms of employment and the expected protection for the same.

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