Tag: District Officer

District Officers & LCCs

How can POSH Act, 2013 be implemented effectively at the ...

In 2013, the Government of India notified the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act (“POSH Act”). The Act aspires to ensure women’s right to workplace equality, free from sexual harassment and in practice setting up ...
District Officers & LCCs

Impact of not having a Local Complaints Committee constituted under ...

An employer with ten or more workers in his/her organisation is mandated by law to constitute an Internal Complaints Committee in the office for the redressal of complaints of sexual harassment faced by employees. This ensures that employees at established ...
District Officers & LCCs

Finding the District Officers under the Sexual Harassment Law at ...

One of the very few times that the Government has a direct say regarding issues relating to the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (‘Act‘) is regarding the appointment of the District Officer. While ...
District Officers & LCCs

Know the Local Complaints Committee Members under POSH Act, 2013

The Local Complaints Committee (LCC) is undeniably a vital body as far as the implementation of the Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013 (Act) goes. While it is mandatory for organisations with ten or more workers ...
District Officers & LCCs

What every State Govt. should know about constituting Local Complaints ...

An Internal Complaints Committee (“ICC“) is the first body that aggrieved parties can approach in the event of a complaint filed under the Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013 (“Act“). However, not all organisations are required ...
ICC and its Members

Authorities defined under the Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Workplace ...

The success or failure of a legislation is not decided merely by how airtight the law may look on paper or the intentions with which it has been drafted. Once passed, it is the implementation of the law that decides ...
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