Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is conducting a study on the Model Shops and Establishments Act, approved by the Union Government in 2016. The Act aims to improve the working conditions of workers, create more job opportunities for women and provide a favourable environment for doing business.
CPPR intends to facilitate the speedy implementation of the Act in Kerala, including the relevant provisions of the Model Act, which would benefit shops and establishments. We plan to do it by working with the government and meeting the stakeholders, partners, and well-wishers. Discussion forums are being conducted for various stakeholders to harness a collective overview of their concerns, and preferences and the challenges they face.
Model Shops and Establishments Act in nutshell
Model Shops and Establishments Act & Kerala Shops and Establishment Act comparison
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Discussions conducted Related to the Project