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What is the Social Security System?

The modern Social Security is a government-funded program to provide people who are unable to work with compensation so that they are able to live. Social security disability can be difficult to apply for and receive without the aid of a social security disability lawyer. In the old days, social security of an individual was guaranteed by extended family members and friends. People, who were out of work, were provided financial support by family members or community members of a particular caste or religion. Hence, the family served as a social security system. With the coming of industrialization, however, relationships and community life has changed dramatically. Each person lives his or her own life away from social influences. Thus, was born the concept of modern social security from the western influence. The Government of India has funded various schemes that provide social security to employees in need.

Additional Readings:

1. Define the term 'Labor Welfare'
2. Theories about Conceptual Frame Framework of Labor Welfare
3. Basic Principles of successful Labor Welfare Programs
4. Explain the Factories Act of 1948
5. Explain the Employee’s State Insurance Act of 1948
6. Explain the Employee’s Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act of 1952
7. List and Functions of Organizations that monitor Labor Welfares
8. Workmen’s Compensation Act of 1923
9. Employees Pension Scheme of 1995
10. Payment of Gratitude Act of 1972
11. Social Security System
12. Maternity Benefits Act of 1961
13. Welfare Measures at the Tata Iron and Steel Company

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