kamesh.jacob
Dear friends, Please share about modern day slavery policies & procedures for Garment Industries Regards, Kamesh
From India , Tiruchchirappalli
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Dinesh Divekar
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Bhavya Priya
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Dolly Bhandari
Hello Folks, I need to make modern slavery policy for my organisation. Can anyone help with it. Thanks Dolly
From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
7710

Dear Dolly,

Your post is too short or we can say it is the shortest. What is your designation, the nature of the industry and why do you feel the need to have a policy on slavery as such? Whose brainchild is this? Slavery is banned in India, then how can you have a policy that is banned by the constitution of India?

India is a free and democratic country. The Constitution of India has anti-slavery provisions. Though these measures are not mentioned explicitly, fixing minimum wages, maximum hours of work etc are the measures that avoid slavery. There are many other provisions also.

By the way, if you are from a business organisation or NGO, then please note that though there may not be a culture of slavery per se in your company, there could be a culture of sycophancy. It is also detrimental to the company. The second thing that you can do is to find out whether people work for long hours unnecessarily. Forcing people to work long, and telling them to take calls during off-duty hours borders slavery.
In a modern business organisation, there may not be direct slavery but the personality of a few bosses or the culture of the company is such that it promotes a culture of servility. Bosses just steamroll their views and leave no room for suggestions. Neither they are in the mood to listen to dissenting views. This type of culture may not impose physical slavery but it could be mental slavery.

These are my surmises. Unless you give the context, it will be difficult to provide suggestions.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar
+91-9900155394

From India, Bangalore
Dolly Bhandari
Hi Kamesh, Could you help me with the same. Thanks Dolly Bhandari
From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
7710

Dear Dolly,

Though I have given an elaborate reply to your previous post, you have come up with the same requirement without any additional information. I am surprised at your secretiveness and introversion.

International Labour Organisation (ILO) has passed 20 resolutions of which India has adopted 19. These resolutions are converted into various labour laws.

Anti-slavery provisions are covered in various labour laws. Shops & Establishment Act, Factories Act, Minimum Wages Act etc cover two important factors of employment which are hours of work and minimum payable wages. Additional requirements of employment are handled under the Indian Contract Act. This is because when an employer issues an appointment letter, it is a contract under the provisions of this act.
Rather than apprising yourself of the provisions of the labour laws, you have raised a post on slavery. May I remind you that India's constitution came into force on 26th Jan 1950? Your post is nothing but a doubt on the constitution of India! Are you Indian or you have studied in some other country?

After 68 years, why do you feel that the framers of our constitution or our legislative bodies did not do anything to eradicate slavery? This is basic general knowledge and one need not be a student of law or political science!

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar
+91-9900155394

From India, Bangalore
hrsrirenga
Dear All, Kindly update Modern slavery policies in Garment Industry.
From India, Tindivanam
rupeshkumar.kiran
5

Hi, Good Evening all. Can anyone, please share Organisation Human Rights Policy (Sample Copy).
From India, Warangal
Bhavya Priya
Hello Professionals,

Is Anti-Slavery Policy and Anti-Bribery policy is applicable in Karnataka? Any info, are we following these policies in Karnataka/India for corporate companies?

Thanks in Advance!
Regards,
Bhavya-HR

From India, Bengaluru
Bhavya Priya
Hello Professionals,

Is Anti-Slavery Policy and Anti-Bribery policy is applicable in Karnataka? Any info, are we following these policies in Karnataka/India for corporate companies?

Thanks in Advance!
Regards,
Bhavya-HR

From India, Bengaluru

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