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Latest Articles in sexual harassment

Can Women Leaders Help Overcome Sexual Harassment In The Workplace?

Time and again many organizations have experienced that one of the most effective ways in preventing sexual harassment at the workplace is by hiring more women and promoting women to leadership positions

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Google Paid $45 Million To Its Former India-born Executive Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

The amount was revealed on Monday in a shareholder lawsuit accusing the board of directors of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, of shirking their responsibilities by agreeing to pay executives accused of misconduct instead of firing them for cause

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The Risks Of Non-compliance With The POSH law

Both men and women have a vested interest in having an impartial and well-trained Internal Committees (IC)

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A long Way To Go Into Redressal Of Sexual Harassment Complaints At Oganistions

While most efforts are going into redressal of sexual harassment complaints at organizations, little is being done to prevent it!

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Sexual Harassment At Workplace

There must be a clearly articulated policy on the ‘consequences of infractions’ that cut across hierarchies and genders including appropriate penalties for false allegations, post facto changes of perception from ‘consensual’ to ‘coerced’ and any attempt to blackmail. The penalties may range from a simple warning to a reprimand to termination

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Victim For Harassment Or Love Gone Sour: Are Men Becoming More Vulnerable In Corporate World?

The fear of false allegations should not let the conversation devolve into how women can wield harassment charges as a weapon, to somehow demonise and paint women as vengeful, and derail the steps that are being taken to make the workplace safer for all genders

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Case Analysis: Legally Right Or Morally Correct

Organisations need a leadership that balances emotions with facts, firmness with fairness, and punishment with an opportunity to reform, writes Shanthi Naresh

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Sexual Harassment Complaints At NSE-100 Companies Rise

From 179 such complaints in 2013-14, the number jumped to 454 in 2014-15, according to data provided by Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley to the Lok Sabha

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Breaking The Silence

As employees increasingly speak out against sexual harassment, companies will find it costly if they are unprepared to deal with it

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