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    ILA & KelpHR series of learning – Understanding Sexual Harassment

    Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) — we all claim to know what this is about, and so this is a niggling question in everyone’s mind. Why does the messaging have to be reinforced? In actuality, POSH isn’t just a one-time affair. Why? Let’s take a closer look at our own country India. It is a diverse …

    PoSH : 7th anniversary of The Sexual Harassment Law in the country, what has changed or is still waiting to undergo change

    ’10 Judgements that changed India’ by Zia Mody has a chapter titled ‘All in a day’s work’ outlining the then seminal judgement on the issue of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace. Originally published in 2013, Mody talks about Vishaka Guidelines as a judgement that had enormous value and power to change the way we looked …

    The increasing importance of confidentiality as Sexual Harassment inquiries go virtual

    Ensuring confidentiality is sacrosanct in an inquiry whether it is conducted while ‘Work from Home (WFH)’ or at the office. As the COVID-19 pandemic has prematurely killed the debate on the kind of work that can be executed from the confines of the home, now, more than ever, there is a greater obligation to maintain …

    Complying with PoSH is not the end in itself – only the means to the end

    Consultants who guide organizations to comply with the ‘Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013’ tend to hear similar questions from clients.  Clients often ask at the end of an assignment – ‘So, are we all set now? Is there anything else we need to do from our side?’  These …

    Here’s how female employees can stop being interrupted while talking in meetings

    Our team looked forward to weekly Monday meetings as it allowed us the opportunity to share useful updates with one another. I noticed that every time I began with my updates, Prasad, a recent lateral hire, would cut me off, to ask questions. Or midway through my sentence, he would second guess the outcome. Within …