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    Mumbai: Workshop on workplace sexual abuse held in Dadra & Nagar Haveli

    Mumbai: A workshop on ‘Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013’ was organized on Wednesday by the UT Administration of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, chaired by the Resident Deputy Collector, Silvassa, Mrs Soumya.

  • Agony Aunt helps you to deal with workplace problems

    I lost my father last month and a few days ago received his will papers. I have been entrusted with his entire company and I have no idea as to what I can do with it. I am an artist by profession and know nothing about clothes manufacturing factory. There are a lot of people dependent on the company and I can’t simply shut it. How do I tackle this?

  • Maharashtra: Women’s panel sees rise in pending cases

    Mumbai: The number of cases pending with the Maharashtra State Commission for Women (MSCW) has been increasing over the years and there has also been a steady rise in the count of complaints related to harassment of women at workplace received by the panel, an RTI reply has revealed.

  • Breastfeeding Aussie senator in political first

    Sydney : A breastfeeding senator has made Australian political history by becoming the first woman to nurse her newborn baby in the nation’s parliament.

  • Workplace woes lead to mental illness

    Long working hours, tight deadlines, long journeys from home to the office in traffic are all factors that contribute to workplace induced mental health problems
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  • Workplace headscarf ban is legal, rules EU court

    Luxembourg City: In the first case of its kind, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Tuesday that employers are allowed to ban employees from wearing visible religious symbols, including headscarves at the workplace.

  • Stressful jobs can actually make you find ways to solve problems

    London : Is stress at your workplace affecting your life? A new study finds that stressful jobs can make you find ways to solve problems and work through ways to get the work done, instead of making something debilitating, it can actually be something that is energising, according to ANI.

  • Facebook makes Workplace app available for all

    San Francisco: Buoyed by the positive response from over 1,000 companies that are currently using Workplace (formerly known as Facebook at Work) including in India, the company has announced it will make the app available to all.

  • Journalist Dave Mudered, family accuses BJP leaders

    Junagadh: Junagadh-based journalist Kishore Dave, the bureau chief of ‘Jai Hind’, a local daily, was found murdered at his workplace last night.

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    Here are some tips to prevent sexual harassment at workplace

    New Delhi: Sexual harassment is a menacing act prevailing in India for a long time, in spite of various laws and thousands actions taken into concern. Workplace, in some cases, are of no difference. Hence, Kanishk Agarwal, founder of law firm CriTaxCorp have pointed out some useful tips for organisations and the senior management personnel, in order to curb manifestation of sexual harassment at workplace.

  • Sexually harassed women entitled to extra leave?

    New Delhi : A woman in Central services complaining about sexual harassment at workplace shall be entitled for 90 days of extra leave during the pendency of the inquiry, in addition to leaves like annual earned leave and maternity leave she is entitled.

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    Future of work, workplace undergoing a sea change: PwC

    New Delhi: Future of work and that of the workplace is changing and making way for greater flexibility than an average job today allows, and employees are likely to focus more on corporate value than on pay in 5 years, says a PwC study. According to the PwC study, two-thirds of employees agree that future career paths will be determined by workers themselves and not by their companies.