This study aims to analyze the Pakistan’s Constitutional Laws on minimum wage and their comparison with international standards. Pakistan passed its first constitutional law for minimum wages: The Minimum Wages Ordinance 1961, which was extended further, was named the Minimum Wage Rules 1962. A systematic analysis of laws and polices (till 2015) is presented; and by mean of comparative studies this research proves that ‘minimum wage rules’ in Pakistan, follows the instructions of International Labour Organization (ILO). ILO is providing support at national and provincial levels to align all labour legislations according to the international labour standards.
Key Words: Labour Laws, Ordinance 1961, Policies, ILO, Minimum Wage