ramesh66 Started The Discussion:
Several attacks on women employees in recent times, especially in cities, have raised concerns about safety of Women Employees Working in Night Shifts. Denying work in night shift for women amount to depriving them chances of equal opportunity. It was discrimination on the basis of sex and gender and therefore unconstitutional. Then, what are all the statutory provisions available in our Country for the Women Employees Working in Night Shifts safely? How to protect them from such attacks? How to keep ourselves away from the clutches of the laws of the Country? The article posted on www.hrassistance.blogspot.com throws some light on the burning issue. Log on to www.hrassistance.blogspot.com.
Posted 28th February 2008 From India, Madras


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