Bangalore has emerged as a global hub of information technology and business services since the 1980s. But the city's transformation has been underpinned by growing wage labour in informal enterprises. This chapter presents the diversity of labour in Bangalore's garments and automotive manufacturing plants, white collar offices and public sector firms and the mixed record of trade unions in representing the interests of the region's workers. It shows that, unlike Mumbai, informalisation in Bangalore has incorporated rapidly growing informal employment in organised sector firms as well as growing wage labour in small-scale trade and manufacturing.