Social security in organised sector for women employees.

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Purnima Bhardwaj , Dr. Jyoti Yadav , Dr. Aryendu Dwivedi


The Right to Social Security is a human right and revered in significant global human rights instruments, for example, Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). The Right to Social Security is the option to get assurance from the general public through a progression of open measures to give the advantages whether in real money or in kind from the work-coming about because of different possibilities, for example, inflation, maternity, business injury, joblessness, shortcoming, mature age and demise of the provider including the medicinal services and family supports. Gold blatt   pointed out that the government managed savings can be structured and used to moderate imbalances and contribute towards moulding dynamic social results, and from a human rights point of view, standardized savings ought to be comprehended as a rights-based qualification as opposed to a concessionary advantage. In this paper we will understand the basic concepts of social security

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