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Bangladesh among worst places to work: Garment sector found to be key culprit

Bangladesh is one of the ‘worst’ places in the world to work, where workers’ rights are not guaranteed, according to a global survey. The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), in a survey launched on Wednesday, ranks Bangladesh, along with 27 other countries, on the fifth category-a sign of “no guarantee of rights”. It, however, referred […]

ILO presses Bangladesh for rules on labour law

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has emphasised preparing rules for implementation of the Bangladesh Laobur Act in accordance with the international labour standards. Bangladesh Labour Act 2013 has been in force since 22nd July 2013 through official gazette notification of the government of Bangladesh but due to non-existence of the rules for implementation it is […]

300 new garment factories spring up in 2 yrs as 450 down shutters

More than 300 new apparel factories were set up in the last two years while 450 factories were closed down in Bangladesh. Of the total new factories, new entrepreneurs established some 137 while the rest emerged as part of expansion of the existing ones, said the association of the readymade garment (RMG) in Bangladesh. It said that non-compliance, western […]