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Welcome to Department of Labour

The Department of Labour was started under the Indian Immigrant Labour Ordinance No. 01 of 1923, with the objective of providing welfare for migrant Indian estate labourers.

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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

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New Publications

Following publications of the Labour Department are now available at the Library(Ground Floor) in Department of Labour, Colombo 05.

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Recommended Guidelines to be adopted when employing Pregnent and Breast-Feeding Women during Covid-19 Pandemic Situation in the Private Sector Establishments

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Covid 19 & Beyond - The impact on the Labour Market of Sri Lanka

‘Covid 19’ has taken the world by storm, challenging the norm of ‘normal’ in most aspects of life. The pandemic situation ‘halted’ almost all economic activities of Sri Lanka, impacting the labour market and all its participants in multiple ways. As the institution responsible for the enforcement of labour laws and ensuring the maintenance of industrial peace, Department of Labour conducted an all important e-survey to assess the current situation of the labour market and to gain the much wanted insights.The results indicate that Agriculture sector has suffered less in comparison to manufacturing, accommodation and food service activities (tourism), and other service activities sectors. The exploration of opportunities and the need for business diversification and modernization in Agriculture, Education, apparel and textile, and tourism sectors is essential to sustain the labour market and to revive the economy.

SURVEY REPORT OF THE E-SURVEY CONDUCTED ON PRIVATE SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS – MAY 2020

 
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