Very often, the subject of sexual harassment is looked upon as a topic which should be dealt with in a ‘hush-hush-under the carpet’ sort of a way. But preparing your organisation by way of formulating processes and policy; and preparing your employees on how to prevent sexual harassment at workplace and what to do in case of any incident, will help you deal with the situation in a neutral, prepared and legal manner.
Reduce Stress in Your Organisation with These Simple Strategies In 2003, April 28 was first declared as the World Day for Safety and Health at Work by the International Labour Organization (ILO). It began as a day to commemorate all
How to Deal with Sexual Harassment at the Workplace Sonali (name changed) often got a drop back home after work from Parag (name changed), who was a part of the management team in her company. Working late hours had become
Give Your Employees an Enabling Work Environment A typical day of an employee in the workplace starts with him swiping his card at the door at around 9.30 am. He then makes himself comfortable at his desk and puts on