Respected Sir / Madam,
Greetings.
I am a student and I am doing Masters in HR. I want to know about Sexual Harassment Policy. Suppose I am working in an Industry and one of my lady co worker whom i don\'t have good relation. And she complain against me regarding sexual harassment without any reason or to take a revenge then how can I save me or how can I prove my self?
Please guide me. I want to know the answer.
Thank you.
Regards.

From India, Vadodara
Dear Dipen, If you have good relation with your concern person than you should say regarding sexual harassment. And hope that thither CCTV camera.
From India, Ahmedabad
Dipen,

There are certain key-points we need to consider before claiming if the harassment even holds valid in this very case of yours. You admit you have not been in the best of professional relationship with this lady. There are chances that you might have gone vocal against her in public. Some words and some conducts that may not appear to be that rough to you, might be taken against you as a valid and prompt piece of evidence against you. So, I would suggest you better watch your words to this lady.

As Dhruv Patel said, you can always pull the CCTV visuals to add to your innocence but chances are there that the lady may accuse you of calling her and harassing or you being stalking her outside the purview of camera surveillance. I might come harsh, but the only way out is talking to her and your seniors in this issue. Instigating would make it grave.

Look, this is an unwelcome side-effect of the growing awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace. Hopefully, you will get vindicated--the lady may admit to co-workers the charges against against you are unfounded but the cloud of suspicion has will never lift. As far as the Harassment policy of the Employee Conduct Policy is concerned, I have barely seen any policy enlisting the measures to stop falsified harassment cases. The reason is that most experts believe the incidence of totally fabricated charges of sexual harassment is very small--certainly far smaller than the number of legitimate complaints. And no one is suggesting the laws should be changed to make it harder for victims of harassment to seek relief.

From India, Chandigarh

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