This day is commemorated in appreciation of the contribution of workers to national development. It is also used to raise both national and international consciousness on the importance of promoting and protecting the rights of workers. Furthermore, the day is an occasion for reminding workers of their responsibilities and obligations.
International Labour Day, otherwise called Labor Day or Workers’ Day in a few nations and frequently alluded to as May Day, is a festival of workers and the common labourers that is advanced by the global work development which happens each year on 1 May, an antiquated European spring celebration.
The date was picked by a container national association of communist and socialist political gatherings to honor the Haymarket undertaking, which happened in Chicago on 4 May 1886.