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Non-compliance will call for fine up to ₹50,000 and repeated violation will call for higher penalties and cancellation of registration of business
The Sexual Harassment at The Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act and Rules, 2013 have been notified by the Ministry of Women And Child Development. The legislation has come in force from December 9, 2013 which says that it’s mandatory for all offices with 10 or more employees to be covered under this law and have to comply with all processes including having an internal complaints committee to address grievances.
Sexual harassment represents a significant liability for employers under strict statutory requirements with penalties ranging from fines to cancellation of business licenses if employees encounter sexual harassment in their workplace. Large lawsuits and poor publicity can follow these claims and cause significant financial problems for businesses.
Who should Join?
Founders, Managers, & Complaints Committee members of organisations that have 10 or more employees
This is a free webinar. However, Registration is necessary.
For any queries, clarification please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
BENEFITS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING