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The Indian social security system only covers employees in the organized sector, which accounts for less than 10% of the country’s workforce. As the unorganized sector is continuously growing – and with every one in five workers in the informal sector living below the poverty line – the Government of India has launched several social security measures related to healthcare, pension and direct cash transfer schemes to people who do not have access to any formal scheme. Read more details at: – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Employee Benefits in India


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Employee Benefits in India
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Synopsis
  • The report provides in-depth industry analysis,
    information and insights of the employee benefits
    in India, including
  • overview of the state and compulsory benefits in
    India, detailed information about the private
    benefits in India, insights on various central
    institutions responsible for the administration
    of the different branches of social security and
    the regulatory framework of the employee benefits
    in India.
  • Access The Full Report On http//www.bigmarketres
    earch.com/employee-benefits-in-india-market

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Scope
Scope This report provides a detailed analysis of
employee benefits in India   It offers a
detailed analysis of the key government-sponsored
employee benefits, along with private
benefits   It covers an exhaustive list of
employee benefits, including retirement benefits,
death in service, long-term disability benefits,
short-term sickness benefits, medical benefits,
workmen compensation, expariate employment,
maternity benefits, unemployment benefits and
private benefits   It highlights the economic
and regulatory situations relating to employee
benefits in India
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Summary
The Indian social security system only covers
employees in the organized sector, which accounts
for less than 10 of the countrys workforce.
As the unorganized sector is continuously
growing and with every one in five workers in
the informal sector living below the poverty line
the Government of India has launched several
social security measures related to healthcare,
pension and direct cash transfer schemes to
people who do not have access to any formal
scheme.  
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Key highlights
The Ministry of Labor Employment aims to
protect the interests of workers, and provide
social security to employees in both the
organized and unorganized sectors.  
Agriculture accounts for the highest number of
informal workers, accounting for a staggering 99
of employment in the country, followed by
construction, land transport, retail trade and
textiles.   Due to globalization and increased
competition, employee benefits in India are
changing, and companies are introducing new
benefit packages to compete with employers.
Employees are considering benefits as main
factors for job satisfaction, while companies are
using them to attract and retain employees.
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Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Country
Statistics 4 Overview of Employee Benefits in
India 5 Regulations 6 State and Compulsory
Benefits 7 Private Benefits 8 Macroeconomic
Indicators 9 Appendix To Get More Details
Enquire _at_ http//www.bigmarketresearch.com/report-
enquiry/183931
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Reasons to Buy
Make strategic decisions using in-depth
information related to employee benefits in
India   Assess the India's employee benefits
market, including state and compulsory benefits
and private benefits   Gain insights into the
key employee benefit schemes offered by private
employers in India   Gain insights into key
organizations governing India employee benefits,
and their impact on companies  
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