What if the Org (ex. startup with 10 and more employees) does not have any senior-level woman employee to be the presiding officer of Internal Complaints Committee. And the Firm does not have any other branches/administrative units also. So who would be the presiding offer is that case.
From India, Hyderabad
Please carefully read the Provisions under Section-4, (2) (a) last Sentence Last Word/Expression
which prescribes that....." the Presiding Officer shall be nominated from any other workplace of the same employer or " other Organisation".
The Contents of the aforesaid Section are reproduced below:--
------The Internal Committees shall consist of the following members to be nominated by the employer, namely: —
(a) a Presiding Officer who shall be a woman employed at a senior level at workplace from amongst the employees:
Provided that in case a senior level woman employee is not available, the Presiding Officer shall be nominated from other offices or administrative units of the workplace referred to in sub-section(1):
Provided further that in case the other offices or administrative units of the workplace do not have a senior level woman employee, the Presiding Officer shall be nominated from any other workplace of the same employer or other department or organisation.
Spl Educators, Kritarth Team
15.10.18

From India, Delhi

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