Labor is human beings first. They earn their meal by offering their skill or services to the industries/factories. There are certain human rights of labor which are as follows:-
- The freedom to work; freedom concerning the choice of occupation as well as the place of performance;
- The right to earn a living from work of one’s own choice, encompassing the freedom to establish one’s own independent form of employment or business;
- The right to free employment services; the right to work has been interpreted as the commitment of the state to undertake continuous efforts to ensure full employment. Such efforts include the formulation and implementation of employment promotion policies and the promotion of technical and vocational education programmes aimed at increasing employment, as well as free access to information and assistance for job seekers;
- The right to safe and healthy working conditions, as well as rest, leisure and reasonable working hours;
- The right to employment; the right not to be arbitrarily dismissed and the right to protection against unemployment.