The Government of India has introduced four labour codes – the Code on Wages, Social Security Code, Industrial Relations Code, and Occupational Safety, Health, and Working Conditions Code which are supposed to replace the 29 labour laws. Since 90% of India’s workforce is in the unorganized sector, the Government of India wants to ensure than all informal and unorganized workers benefit from minimum wage and social security laws through these four codes. The Social Security Code empowers the Centre to notify various social security schemes for the benefit of all workers, organized or unorganized. The tea tribe community of Assam is one of the most vulnerable groups in the state while they produce 53% of India’s total tea production. This paper is an attempt to understand the factors that affect access to public and social protection schemes, information on them, enrolment, and linkages of the tea tribe community. This paper attempts to bridge the gap on information needed for the implementation of the Social Security Code on the tea community of Assam and how the new Code might benefit the community.