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The main social policies of human rights are listed below —

Equal wages for equal work, specially for female workers.

Employment of minor children.

Lack of crechs.

Sub-Standard living Conditions.

Provision of toilets and bathing facilities specially for women.

Assured drinking water supply

Risk and accident at site and insurance for workers.

Minimum wages and Provident fund for workers.

If we say these human rights are routinely violated in construction industry in most of the work sites in our country-it will not be an exaggeration of fact.

Productivity is closely linked with the satisfaction of human rights by means of better working and living conditions.

This aspect is not receiving enough attention within the construction Industry in our country.

 
 
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