It is the training to facilitate ethical work environment.
Mandatory trainings as per Section 19 (C) of The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Act 2013 and Section 13 of The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Rules 2013, together referred to as
(“POSH Act 2013”)
1. Awareness training for employees around POSH Act 2013
2. Awareness trainings for Head of Departments around POSH Act 2013
3. Skill building training for ICC members
Know Your Rights
- Every employer must have in place an anti-sexual harassment policy.
- Every employer who employs more than ten (10) people must constitute an Internal Complaints Committee, “ICC”.
- The employer must ensure periodic training and sensitization against sexual harassment of all employees and members of the ICC.
- The consequences of and penalties for sexual harassment must be prominently displayed at the workplace, at all times.
- If an employer does not have an ICC in place, you can file a complaint against sexual harassment before the Local Complaints Committee, “LCC”. The LCC is constituted at the district level by the local government.
- A woman can complain against sexual harassment before the ICC and file a criminal complaint against such sexual harassment before the police, if the perpetrator is male.
- The ICC has the power to recommend various penalties for sexual harassment, up to termination of employment.
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