Maharashtra Government Requires Registration Of Internal Complaints Committees (ICC) Constituted Under The Prevention Of Sexual Harassment Act
As per section 4 of Sexual Harassment Act, it is mandatory for all workplaces having 10 or more employees to constitute a committee under the act for each of the offices separately and also need to frame a policy under the act.
To ensure greater compliance with the Act, the office of the District Women and Child Development Officer in Mumbai ("DWCD") of the State of Maharashtra has, vide a letter, asked all organisations operating in Mumbai (to which the Act is applicable) to have their ICs registered as well.
As per the Mumbai City Collectorate order ( attached ) , the details of the ICCís shall be submitted by the company as per format attached. The last date of submission is 20th July 2019 , failure of submission will attract penalty of Rs.50000/-.

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