Socio-economic conditions of rice-mills workers: A study on Sherpur district in Bangladesh
Md. Atiqur Rahman Khan, Md. Minhaj Uddin and Rimon Sarker
In Bangladesh, the state of rice mill workers is not so healthy; workers in their workplaces face different challenges. The aim of this report, however, is to explore the socio-economic conditions of Sherpur District, Bangladesh's workers at Rice-mills. A well-designed organized questionnaire was also created and the data from the randomly selected 110 respondents from 27 automated rice mills in Sherpur, Bangladesh, were collected by direct interview. After collecting data from the area, the scientists often perform a thorough review to evaluate the study goals. The outcome of the study indicates that employees earn a very low wage and there is an unfriendly working climate. In addition, there is no proper arrangement to resolve health, diet, pension & medical issues in the rice mills of Sherpur district. In order to improve the rural and socio-economic conditions of rice mill workers, this study also suggests prompt government action.