Disclosure Matters: Do Workers Count?

According to CRW working paper on employee well-being, out of the top ten companies, by market capitalisation, as listed on BSE none of the companies mentioned provision of facilities for wellbeing of its employees or for employees with special needs. Nine companies did not mention fair wages, timely payments and economic security of its employees, work-life balance especially for women and skill up-gradation and career development. Only one company made a mention of the need to provide timely remuneration to the employees and acknowledged the need for work-life balance in one-line ʻaccord due importance to work-life balanceʼ with no further elaboration on it. Only one company mentioned and defined the need for skill upgradation and career development of its employees. Download Full Report

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