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24%

of the Indian workforce comprises of women.

36

Indian companies are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act.

25

MNC's are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act.

97

Firms are unaware of the Sexual Harassment Act.

What is Sexual Harassment at Workplace?

Sexual Harassment refers to unwelcome behavior, sexual advances, sexual overtures, requests for sexual favour and other physical or verbal conduct of sexual nature.

Sexual Harassment is the most common type of workplace harassment. Such conduct affects the sufferer negatively. It affects the sufferer’s employment directly or indirectly and irrationally hindersthe work performance.Sexual Harassment creates a hostile, offensive and intimidating work environment and explicitly or implicitly affects the employment of an individual.

As per recent statistics, 54% workers have experienced Sexual Harassment in some form at their workplace. Employers must ensure to eliminate sexual harassment in their organization so as to stop its damaging effects to the productivity and work culture.

The first step towards the elimination of Sexual Harassment at work place includes educating all employees about sexual harassment and right conduct. Managers, HRs and supervisors must be provided additional specific training for effectively handling the cases of sexual harassment. The organizations need to set up a process for handling and properly investigating the cases of sexual harassment.

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Who should take Sexual Harassment (POSH Act)Training?

Managers and supervisors must be provided with specialized training so as to enable them to properly handle sexual harassment cases.All the members present in an organization:

Management

Managers

Employees

Contract Workers

Volunteers

Supervisors

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DO YOU KNOW?

Respondents did not know about the penalty for non-compliance with the PoSH Act relating to the constitution of an Internal Complaints Committee.

Respondent organizations did not display the punishment of sexual harassment atnoticeable locations in the organization.

Respondentshave not trained their Internal Complaints Committee members yet, although the PoSH Act precisely mandates this.

Respondents stated that malicious complaints increased after appraisal period.

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Why us?

We are experts in Sexual Harassment training and compliance.

Our objective is to make the training easy, quick and hassle-free.

We have done our home-work very well so that you don’t need to worry.

We are known to provide exceptional training with utmost care and great support.

Looking for custom posh solutions & workshops?

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