The present study is made an attempt to analyze the problems faced by the unorganized workers/labours and welfare measures adopted by their employer and government. Labour welfare means anything done for the comfort and improvement of the labour over and above the wages paid which is not a necessity of the industry.

The basic purpose of labour welfare is to enrich the life of labour and keep them happy. Labourers spend most of their time at work. We know that they contribute to the infrastructural development of the country, which plays a very important role for the economic development. They reasonably feel that when they are at work place or in trouble/ problems, they are due to get something back from the employer or government. They look for support from both employer/contractor and government. They are entitled to be treated as human beings with personal needs, hopes and anxieties.  Key words: Unorganized, labour, welfare, wages, improvement.

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 The law relating to labour and employment in India is primarily known under the broad category of “Industrial Law”. Industrial law in this country is of recent vintage and has developed in respect to the vastly increased awakening of the workers of their rights, particularly after the advent of Independence. Industrial relations embrace a complex of relationships between the workers, employers and government, basically concerned with the determination of the terms of employment and conditions of labour. The purpose of the study is to help the unorganised sector to awaken and bring awareness how the Social Security Act and related laws establish a number of programs that have the following basic purposes: • To provide for the material needs of individuals and families; • To protect aged and disabled persons against the expenses of illnesses that may otherwise use up their savings; • To keep families together; and • To give children the chance to grow up healthy and secure.Unlike workers in the private sector, not all State and local employees are covered by Social Security.

Some are covered only by their public retirement pension program; some are covered by both public pensions and Social Security; and some are covered by Social Security only.When it began, the Social Security program did not include State and local government employees. Over the years, the law has changed. Most employees have Social Security protection because their States and the Social Security Administration entered into special agreements.This study is to assist the unorganised sector in particular bike mechanics of Bangalore to get benefit of the following programs under social security act of 2008  There is general dissatisfaction bordering on serious discontent among the vast masses of unorganised labour about the contents of the recently enacted The Unorganised Sector Workers’