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First target would be a faceless inspection regime: Labour secretary

There are significant changes that have been introduced through the labour codes, which considerably reduce the compliance burden for companies, said Chandra

Apurva Chandra
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Labour and Employment Secretary Apurva Chandra

Somesh Jha New Delhi
The Central government is aiming to implement all the four labour codes, which subsume 29 central labour laws along with bringing key changes to them, by April 1. It has expedited the rule-making process and the first set of rules will now be rolled out for consultation by the end of October and sent to states, Labour and Employment Secretary Apurva Chandra tells Somesh Jha in an interview after taking charge this month. He discusses key details of the new labour law regime. Edited excerpts:

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First Published: Oct 28 2020 | 6:05 AM IST

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