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not having or belonging to a structured whole

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not affiliated in a trade union

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The sector consists of both organized and unorganized manufacturers.
Objectives : UN Women proposes to implement a project on Women in the Unorganized Sector in India:
Ishengoma and Kappel (2006) stated that employment factors are more favorable in organized sector and workers employed are more satisfied as compared to in unorganized sector.
There are hundreds of thousands of unorganized markets in Kazakhstan.
The poor do find some work, but it is mostly in unorganized sector with no guarantee of minimum wages and fixed number of working hours.
Among the topics on the agenda are the discussion on how to move from an unorganized economy to an organized one, the compulsory work as well as the labor policies towards better employment for workers.
The total number of unorganized workers estimated to be covered in these categories will be as under: rickshaw drivers/pullers-13.
The state government said that the initiative would provide insurance cover to all persons below or marginally above the poverty line, engaged in the unorganized sector.
Most of the rural workforce in India is in the unorganized (or informal) sector, where they have no job or income security.
Ahmeti formed a party and his uncle Fazli Veliu became the Association's president aiming to keep former NLA unorganized and keep it under control for personal interests," Hoxha said.
Therefore, the unorganized workers are afraid and easily yield to pressures.
Amr Moussa, head of the Arab League, said in an interview with Al Arabiya TV, that new government's steps and arrangements are not enough with the fast and unorganized developments in the country.
Zaheer Ahmed, a resident of the area underlined that he gets off at the previous stop of Khanna Pul aimed to avoid inconvenience, caused due to unorganized Sabzi market.
Fakieh noted that there is a global increase in dengue fever, and that the illness is growing in Jeddah, especially in unorganized districts.