As digital transformation is enabling a significant rise in mobile workers and thus more work flexibility, it also carries with it great risk of erosion of boundaries between professional and personal life.
Mrs. Supriya Sule is an MP, elected to the 15th and 16th Lok Sabha from Baramati Constituency.
Member of Parliament Dr. Kirit Premjibhai Solanki, a second-time Member of Parliament from the BJP advocates for decent working conditions as a basic right for domestic workers.
He introduced The Domestic Workers (Decent Working Conditions) Bill in 2015, as a critical legislation for the recognition of their work and providing them with legal protection.
Mr. Rabindra Kumar Jena is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha, and has raised 472 questions and introduced 16 Private Member Bills
As a part of his Bill, he aims to push for a brain drain tax to compensate the loss of some of the best-trained high-skilled citizens to the less developed country (in this case, India), by levying a supplementary income tax on the immigrants’ earnings in the developed countries.
Member of Parliament Rajeev Satav is fighting to make Paternity Leave a right in India.
Mr. Satav believes that the holistic development of a newborn should be the joint responsibility of both the mother and the father, and not the mother alone.
Member of Parliament (Bolangir, Odisha) Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo is fighting to bring transparency to election funding in India, by making lobbying a legal and transparent activity.
He is doing this through this Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Bill 2015 that aims to ensure that the 'right' kind of lobbying occurs through effective regulation.
Member of Parliament (Maharashtra) Husain Dalwai is trying to bring in a gender just solution to 'Triple Talaq', after the recent criminalisation of instant triple talaq.
Mr. Dalwai believes that the recent Triple Talaq Bill has been imposed on Indian Muslims without consulting relevant stakeholders. His bill aims to provide a more just solution to the problem.
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