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Online Live Course on POSH ACT 2013.
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PoSH Policy, Implementation, Case study, Annual Filing.
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The Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Act, 2013 is an Indian law that aims to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace. The Act was passed by the Indian Parliament in April 2013 and came into effect on December 9, 2013.
The Act defines sexual harassment broadly and includes unwelcome physical contact and advances, a demand or request for sexual favors, making sexually colored remarks, showing pornography, or any other conduct of sexual nature that creates a hostile work environment.
Under the Act, every workplace with ten or more employees is required to constitute an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) to receive complaints of sexual harassment and investigate them. The ICC must comprise a presiding officer, two members from among employees, and one member from an NGO or other organization that is familiar with issues related to sexual harassment.
The Act also mandates employers to provide employees with a safe working environment and organize awareness and sensitization programs to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. Employers who fail to comply with the provisions of the Act may face penalties or imprisonment.
Overall, the POSH Act, 2013 is an important step towards ensuring gender equality in the workplace and preventing sexual harassment of women.