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Labour Museum

The Labour Museum of the Department of Labour opens to the public on every Wednesday from 9.00 AM - 4.00 PM

altCovid 19 and Beyond- The Impact on the Labour Market of Sri Lanka (Phase 2)

This e-survey is designed for all organizations that are operating businesses in Sri Lanka, including to those who responded to the earlier e-survey conducted by the Department of Labour.

e-Survey in English
e-Survey in Sinhala
e-Survey in Tamil


News update: Delivering essential personal protective equipment to micro and small enterprises – keeping workplaces safe and healthy


International Labour Organization (ILO) together with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), purchased and kick- started the delivery of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth 47 million Sri Lankan Rupees.

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Sri Lanka towards eliminating Child Labour

National Steering Committee on Elimination of Child Labour was formed by the Ministry of Labour, to realize the goal of a child labour free country. The government of Sri Lanka has pledged to end Worst Forms of Child Labour by year 2022 and to Eliminate Child Labour by 2025.

Press Release

The Department of Labour has been compelled to deliver the services to the public continuously through its island -wide Labour offices using remote communication methods mentioned in the official website of the department, considering the health guidelines issued by the government and under the remote working arrangements implemented by the government institutions in order to contain the covid-19 virus. Accordingly, public can submit any written complaint or written inquiry regarding any matter related to labour laws, to the labour office of the area in which the respective workplace is situated.

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