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Dear Friends Please find attached Gazette Notificaion of "The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition& Redressal) Act 2013" published on 23rd April, 2013. Regards. SK
From India, Delhi

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I am attaching a ppt made on the subject.Hope it would be useful for others. Thanks Vivek Chandra
From India, Delhi

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Dear Seniors,
Pls. clarify me below,
is Internal Complaints Committee - ICC should have a third party member (from NGO etc)?
or The Company can form committee of all 4 members from internal team itself?
Regards,
Jagadeesh R
Molecular Connections

From India, Bangalore
Dear All The act attached is very good. But what about mental harrassment which is so common in MNC for both the sexes. rgds Shipra
From India, Delhi
In Indian gazette a fresh Act -2013 is required for mental harassment, since the cases of mental harassment is increasing day today in private as well govt agencies also.
From India, Jamshedpur
But how this will happen...can anyone guide me how we can do this?
From India, Delhi
I feel today mental harrassment is more prevalent as everybody knows there is no law for the same...seniors can exploit their juniors very easily by taunting , insulting in front of others , bullying them...not fostering them ,their actions can make juniors to feel low.
From India, Delhi
In real sense the seniors has to feel the mentality of their juniors, they should understand that a day will come when juniors will become seniors. But since they don't try to understand the fact. The deviation of juniors and seniors is totally wrong. The juniors realizes that seniors must be given due respect and do obey their orders. seniors do exploit their juniors very easily by taunting , insulting in front of others may create a depth among seniority.

The smooth running of an organization depends on harmonious relation between juniors and seniors. Today's seniors were yesterday;s juniors similarly today's juniors will become tomorrows seniors, then why there is a difference in mentality since both are essential part of an organization.

So seniors are seniors and they should be given respect and their orders must be obeyed, but on the other side juniors have also right to get affection from their seniors. This gap must be filled in with the help of love and affection.

regards,

From India, Jamshedpur
Hello Everyone
I have just came accross with the following on one of the legal based site
"As a result of the growing importance of the issues relating to sexual harassment and protection of female employees in India, a new section3 was added to the Indian Penal Code, 1860 through the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 20134 , which enlists the acts which constitute the offence of sexual harassment and further envisages penalty / punishment for such acts. A man committing an offence under this section is punishable with imprisonment, the term of which may range between 1 - 3 years or with fine or both. Since the amendment criminalizes all acts of sexual harassment, employers shall be required to report any offences of sexual harassment to the appropriate authorities."
Is this mean that all sexual harassment at workplace cases to be filed as FIR with police?
Regards
Shruti

From Australia
The purpose of intervention is to minimize or remove the malady. Has this intervention done so,in any case?
From India, Delhi

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