Shri.Pinarayi Vijayan
Hon’ble Chief Minister

 

Shri. T. P. Ramakrishnan 
      Hon’ble Minister of Labour and Excise

 

Shri.Tom Jose I.A.S  
Additional Chief Secretary

 

Shri.K.Biju I.A.S  
Labour Commissioner

 

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Bye Election at Vengara - Declaration of Paid Holiday

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State Labour Policy 2017 - Draft 

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LIST OF BANKS EMPANELLED WITH WPS 

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KSEB  SENIORITY LIST1

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KSEB  SENIORITY LIST2

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KSEB  SENIORITY LIST3

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Sun Stroke - Plantation Sector - Directions to Officers 

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Certificate of Excellence - Circular No.15/2017

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Holidays List - 2018 [GO(P) No: 25/17/GAD]

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Holidays List - 2018 [GO(P) No: 26/17/GAD]

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Child Rights Commission Circular 03/2017 New 

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Welcome to Labour Commissionerate - GoK

      The labour scenario changed after the Second World War due to widespread industrialization and it necessitated the formation of a department to handle the labour problems. In Kerala, formation of the Labour department was initiated by Diwan Sir C.P.Ramaswamy Iyer. The labour department was functioning as part of the Industrial Department till then. H H Maharaja, Sri Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma accorded sanction to create the post of the Labour Commissioner as per the letter No.154 dated 26.01.1946. From this date the Labour Department started functioning as an independent department.

 Mission and Vision of the department

       The most important aims and objectives of the department include maintenance of peaceful atmosphere in the labour sector as a whole; decent working conditions and improved quality of life to the workers; ensure co-operation and healthy relation between the employers and the employed; systematic implementation of the various labour laws (numbering 30 Central/State Acts and Rules) throughout the State; enhancing social security coverage of workers through better policies and programmes etc

 

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