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Utilization of labor statistics


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Utilization of labor statistics

  1. 1. Utilization of labor statistics Submitted by Group - 3 Submitted to Azizur Rahman Lecturer Dept. of Statistics
  2. 2. Members of group 3 Presenter : Tanvir Mahbub (117057) Co-presenter : Mh. Naeim (117077) Others members of group 3: * Md. Allo mia (117064) * Suria yasmin (117064) * Shaila parvin (117023) * Israte afroze ( 117106) * Shovon (117073)
  3. 3. What is labor statistics? Labor statistics is a set of quantitative data used to analyze the size and structure of labor markets and how these change over time. To monitor the dynamics of the labor market with respect to the size, distribution and characteristics of the labor force, labor statistics is important.
  4. 4. Utilization of labor statistics To proper use of labor power for utilizing our labor forces it is necessary to fix up some important steps. We must have to keep our eyes at following relationships : Good working sector Best production Utilization of labor forces Involvement Job security and good wage
  5. 5. We must have to ensure the following objectives for proper utilization of labor statistics :  Three dimensional convention  Influence in production and productivity  To create a good wage scale  Development of relationship between labor and owner  Employment sectors create  Labor training  Labor welfare  Elimination of child labor  Budget fixing
  6. 6. Child labor in Bangladesh     Child labor is work that exceeds a minimum number of hours, depending on the age of a child and on the type of work. Such work is considered harmful to the child and should therefore be eliminated. Ages 5-11: At least one hour of economic work or 28 hours of domestic work per week. Ages 12-14: At least 14 hours of economic work or 28 hours of domestic work per week. Ages 15-17: At least 43 hours of economic or domestic work per week.
  7. 7. Statistics on working children as labor in Bangladesh Child labor sectors manufacturin g 16% other 2% Agriculture 46% services 36%
  8. 8. Workers rights indicators Employment standards • • • • • • Employment and Contract Work Time Wage and Benefits Leave and Rest Protection against Forced Labor Protection against Discrimination
  9. 9. Welfare and Social Protection Occupational Safety • General Welfare Provisions • Social Security Provisions • Accidents, Hazards & Diseases • Safety Equipment • Workplace Environment
  10. 10. Present situation of labor in Bangladesh Working sectors others 1% industry 17% services 27% agriculture 55%
  11. 11. Present wages structure of Bangladesh A sewing machine operator’s legal monthly minimum wage
  12. 12. Problems behinds the development of labor system: Lower economic condition  Unstable political environment  Lack of Social protection  Lack of technological power  Weak labor union  Weak relation between owner and labor  unconsciousness 
  13. 13. References:        Absar, Syeda Sharmin. (2001). “Problems Surrounding Wages: The Ready Made Garments Sector in Bangladesh, Labour and Management in Development Journal, Vol.2, No.7. BBS (2009), Gender Statistics of Bangladesh 2008, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Planning BBS (2009), Gender Statistics of Bangladesh 2008, Government of Bangladesh. BBS, Labour Force Survey 2005-06, Government of Bangladesh
  14. 14. Thank you!