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Kamalam
Is there any compulsory procedure to avail a transport for the women who are taking nightshift in IT Company?
From India, Chennai
Madhu.T.K
4193

Certainly. But the protocol may differ from state to state though there is a common understanding that no woman employee shall be left out alone in the cab but there should be a woman accompanying.
From India, Kannur
R.N.Khola
363

Dear Member,
Plz go through your applicable State Shops & Establishment Act for taking work from women employees during night. If you are not allowed to take work during night under this Act then you have to take permission from the appropriates Govt. If Govt. allows you then you may find this condition of transport facility.

R N KHOLA

From India, Delhi
raghunath_bv
149

Hi Kamalam,

tThere is no globally standardized compulsory procedure for providing transport to women working in IT companies. However, companies may have their own policies and practices in place to ensure the safety and convenience of their employees, especially for those working late shifts.

Here are some common practices that companies may adopt:

Providing Transportation: Some companies, especially those with large campuses or located in areas with limited public transportation options, offer transportation services for their employees, which may include shuttle buses or cabs.

Security Measures: If a company operates in an area where safety concerns exist, they might take additional measures to ensure the safety of their employees, especially female employees. This might include arranging transportation or providing escorts for employees who work late shifts.

Flexible Work Hours: Companies might offer flexible work hours to accommodate employees' transportation needs, allowing them to avoid peak travel times if possible.

Reimbursement for Commuting Expenses: Some companies provide allowances or reimbursements for commuting expenses, which can be used for public transportation or carpooling services.

Car Pooling or Ride-Sharing Programs: Companies may facilitate carpooling or ride-sharing among employees, which can help in reducing commuting costs and environmental impact.

Parking Facilities: If the company is located in an area where employees usually drive to work, providing ample and safe parking facilities can be a consideration.

Remote Work Options: In some cases, companies may allow employees, including women, to work from home, which can eliminate the need for daily commuting.

However, please note that these practices can vary widely depending on the country, region, and specific company policies. Also, laws and regulations regarding workplace transportation might be different in different places.,contacting their HR department for the most accurate and up-to-date information is a valid suggestion.
Thanks,

From India, Bangalore
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