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We have a vast experience in POSH Training Pan India; trusted by 180+ Top Corporates & Organizations. We provide the most sought after Online POSH Training that is curated by Industry Experts. We deliver POSH Online Training via Advanced Learning Management System. We offer POSH Trainer Certification and help corporates create ethical and compliant workplaces. The USP of our POSH & Sexual Harassment Training to transform boring compliance training into an engaging and interesting learning experience. The mission of our POSH Training is to develop engaging and interactive training modules that will ensure safe workplaces for all- irrespective of age & gender. Our motto is to make ALL workplaces safe and happy for employees through this outstanding Online POSH Training.
POSH law is Prevention of Sexual Harassment. It is a comprehensive legislation that makes it mandatory for every employer to provide a safe, secure and healthy work environment, free from sexual harassment to every woman. Sexual harassment violates the fundamental rights of a woman to gender equality and right to life and liberty and right to work with human dignity guaranteed under the Articles 14, 15 and 21 of the Constitution of India.
Most of the time employees are not aware of the different aspects of sexual harassment and even if curious, they are hesitant to enquire about it and under these situations it becomes difficult to ensure prevention of sexual harassment. The best way to
remove the ignorance of anyone and everyone at the workplace POSH training is required. POSH training is a complete guide for the employees and management to develop comprehensive understanding about what behavior
or action amounts to or does not sexual harassment. We offer POSH training for two different categories as every organization needs to train both sets of employees to make its workplace safe.
1) Employee Training: This has been framed for creating awareness in all employees of an organization & covers:
2) Training of ICC Members: This is specifically designed for a few handpicked employees of the management and HR who are likely to be involved in smooth functioning of the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)
& therefore, covers:
These training can be taken up both online and offline. We understand that sexual harassment is a sensitive matter and therefore, we have taken care that no one feels uncomfortable during these training sessions.
The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Act, 2013, is a remarkable piece of legislation that declares sexual harassment of women illegal. Implemented from December 9, 2013 this Act is applicable on every organization having more than 10 employees and extends to the entire length and breadth of the country. This Act covers a wide range of action and behavior, irrespective whether directly or by implication, in the ambit of “sexual behavior” and there have been quite a few cases in which high profile people have been accused of inappropriate behavior. Such cases not only demolish the reputation of the accused but also drag the organization along, tarnishing its brand image badly. As the responsibility of providing a safe and healthy workplace to every female lies on the employers and managements, by providing training at regular intervals they can create awareness and achieve this.
According to the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Act, 2013, “Sexual Harassment” includes varied unwelcome behavior, whether directly or by implication. For example:
a) Physical contact and advances
b) Demand or request for sexual favours
c) Making sexually coloured remarks
d) Showing pornography
e) Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature.