You need to frame a policy and also set up a committee.
Further, you need to train and sensitize the employees as well.
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I would like to introduce myself as a development professional and advocate for women and child rights for last 15 years. Currently looking for opportunity to sensitize employees and ICC members under the compliance necessity of the new labour law 2013 on prevention of sexual harassment of women in work place. I am sure that you are already aware the compliance requirement of the new labour law 2013 such as the law requires every organization with 10 or more employees to carry out sensitization programs for employee and to appoint an â€˜external memberâ€™, capacity-building programs, orientations and workshops for the complaints committee on the technical aspects of the law. Non-compliance with the law can lead to reputation hazards , fine and in case of repeat offences cancellation of business license. If interested to talk further You can reach me at, 91-9477129829/ 7059970718 Thanking you, BR.
This law does not imply that in the absence of women employees, your organisation does not need to comply with the law. Women as clients, visitors , guests or any other stakeholders may have to frequent your workplace.
This law is applicable to every organisation / establishment even if it employs a single person, directly or indirectly
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