September 16, 2022

Understanding Jurisdiction related to Third Party Sexual Harassment. When does the IC get Involved?

Introduction – What is Third Party Sexual Harassment? Sexual harassment in connection with the workplace, isn’t only limited to the workplace (as a premises) or one’s […]
August 27, 2022

Adopting a Gender Neutral POSH Policy

What is Gender Neutrality under the POSH Act? Historically, the brunt of discrimination, sexual harassment and gender bias has been faced by women. World over, and […]
August 23, 2022

Understanding Boundaries – The Concept of Consent & POSH at the Workplace

Introduction: Sexual Harassment & Consent What is consent? When an individual agrees to allow a certain action to take place, it implies a permission to pursue […]
August 13, 2022

How Do You Ensure Your Organization’s IC is Unbiased?

Is Your IC Unbiased? How Do You Ensure Your Organization’s IC is Unbiased? The Intricacies of the Internal Committee There has been a rise in the […]
October 20, 2021

Your Complete Guide to Submitting a PoSH Annual Report

The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act (“POSH”), 2013 mandates all organisations with 10 and more than 10 employees to constitute an Internal Committee (IC).
October 20, 2021

Do Educational Institutes Understand Their Duty Under Pocso Act 2012 ?

Schools and educational institutions play a significant role in building a nurturing environment for children to grasp their core values.
October 4, 2021

A look at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sexual Harassment Policy

The Apex council of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has adopted a more comprehensive scope in their Prevention of Sexual Harassment (PoSH) […]
October 4, 2021

Misunderstandings with a supervisor at the workplace do not constitute Sexual Harassment

July 5, 2021

Crafting inclusive stories with YEP

June 7, 2021

Benefits of enrolling in a POSH E-learning Course

January 8, 2021

POSH Myths vs Facts

December 1, 2020

Understanding Conciliation: A Critical Feature of the POSH Law