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Our POSH Offerings

“No Excuses” Workshop for Managers – Prevent & Recognize Harassment at Work

The Sexual Harassment of Women at work place (Prevent, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 places responsibility on the employer to prevent and address the issues of harassment though internal education. Managers as representatives of the employer have special responsibilities in this regard. Interweave provides face to face workshops to create awareness around the subject and comprehensively discuss the nuances around harassment at work so that managers understand their roles and responsibilities in this area

“No Excuses” Workshop for Complaints Committee Members – Prevent & Recognize Harassment at work

This workshop is aimed at training ICC members to conduct formal investigation, help them with interviewing tips, legal requirements to accept a case, drawing conclusions, assessing credibility and deciding on corrective action. This workshop also covers closing procedures, timelines to be followed, penalties for contravention of provisions and tips to write a report.

“No Excuses” E-learning module – Prevent & Recognize Sexual Harassment at Work for All Employees

It is a computer based compliance solution that has been designed specifically to help organisations stay compliant with the mandated education as directed by The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. This 60 minute self-paced module helps the learner understand his/her role in creating a safe and respectful workplace. With the help of real-life cases, the learner is guided through the subject from recognising sexual harassment to how to prevent and report incidents appropriately.

  • Effective, pro-active and cost efficient method to ensure compliance
  • India specific module with Indian culture based cases
  • Self-paced interactive module. Ideal for large, multi-location organisations
  • Ensures understanding through an end-of-session quiz. Electronically tracks completion of course.

“No Excuses” Train the Trainer workshop:

This process will enable in-house trainers to conduct awareness workshops with employees across the company. The participants will be coached specifically on handling queries and grey areas in cases that may be discussed. They will also identify and discuss examples they have seen or heard of which they can use to highlight different aspects of the subject in a session they lead.

Advisory services to Internal Complaints Committee

Interweave can help organizations with appropriate strategies in planning sexual harassment prevention measures and managing claims and investigations. From assessing whether a complaint is a workplace harassment issue or an incident of sexual harassment to how it must received and closed, Interweave’s services can complement your organisation’s efforts.

Our wide experience and long years of work in this space make us your best choice in ensuring process compliance, interpretive guidance and documentation of outcomes. Depending on the case to be investigated, Interweave will assign an appropriate “External” Committee member from its panel of qualified members to ensure investigations are done in a fair and unbiased manner.

This support can be had on a case to case basis or as an ongoing advisory program.

With Due Respect

A respectful workplace is a non-negotiable element of an inclusive workplace. This workshop, while touching upon some of the basics of respect at the workplace, goes on to exploring the barriers to respect, and hence inclusion; and reiterating the roles and responsibilities of employees in ensuring a respectful workplace.

Prevention of Sexual harassment and Safe workplace practices

Advanced Capability Building workshops for ICC members

Being an ICC member means great power and equally great responsibilities. Bringing the wide and collective experience of Interweave and of expert Employment Lawyers Interweave offers regular classes on an “Open” format where ICC members of different organisations find a platform to interact and compare notes on the right processes and carry out the responsibilities that the law has placed on...

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