Manoj Mitta of The Times of India complained that Bill does not protect men, saying it "is based on the premise that only female employees needed to be safeguarded. Retrieved 2 March Medha Kotwal of Aalochana an NGO highlighted a number of individual cases of sexual harassment stating that the Vishaka Guidelines were not being effectively implemented. In fact, he made similar comments the following night. There are a large number of families in which a woman is the sole means of support. The Supreme Court of India in the case of Vishakha vs State of Rajasthan in had recognized this flaw or loophole in the IPC and gave a landmark decision whereby it gave certain guidelines which were to be followed by both public and private sector organizations to provide protection and redressal to female employees from sexual harassment in their organizations. Vodafone Business Services Digilogue - Your guide to digitally transforming your business.
Though the economic liberalization has provided lot of job options and opportunities to educated women, and availing the same women are coming out of their homes to work in the profession of their choices.
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Furthermore, the number of single-parent families headed by women in growing. And in jealousy, he would harass her through sexually perverted behavior. Women at workplace is no different; male colleagues consider them as their object of play, vulgar comments and jokes, obscene gestures, gossips of sexual nature etc are the norms of any workplace. John Malloy owns exec search firm Sanford Rose Associates-Santee, but he once owned a manufacturing firm whose workers were mostly male. This Act contains almost all of the directives given by the SC in Vishakha case and it also consists of several other provisions such as: The Pearson Current Event Digestpp.