A study on awareness level of social security scheme in organized and un- organized sector?(comparative analysis) (A study with special reference to on women employed in House-Keeping services)
Housekeeping, rules and regulations, benefits, organized and unorganized sector, employee and domestic staff
Social security is a device provided by society against a number of insecurities arising out of natural (e.g. death or sickness), social (e.g. slums), individual (e.g. incapacity) and economic (e.g. inadequate wages and unemployment) causes. Thus, social security is as old as society itself, but its forms have been changing according to the needs and the level of social consciousness of the people. The requirements of social security were met by institutions like the joint family, church, guilds and caste before the industrial revolution. The family was the first line of defense and it constituted the original cell of security. This study is mainly focusing in social security schemes in organized and Un organized women housekeeping. Organized means where the terms of employee are regular therefore, people have assured work. It is registered under government and certain rules and regulations are formed and various laws have also been enacted in organized sector for the benefit of the employee. Unorganized sector is just an opposite to organized sector i.e. Places of works are not registered under government and don’t follow rules and regulations, and there is no permanent employee. In organized sector workers enjoy the benefits wherein in unorganized sector do not enjoy the benefits. A housekeeper is a person employed to manage a household, and the domestic staff. Housekeeping refers to the management of duties and chores involved in the running of a household, such as cleaning, cooking, home maintenance, shopping, laundry and bill pay. “Good housekeeping a place for everything and everything in its place”. This study is mainly conducted to identify the benefits available to female worker in organized and unorganized sector and to educate them on available social security to them.
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Unique Paper ID: 146664

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1

Page(s): 446 - 449
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