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Oct 16, 2018
Sexual harassment at work: YouGov-Firstpost survey shows abuse in office pervasive as ever, straddles generationsThe issue of women's safety in the workplace has come to the fore following the outpouring of complaints against sexual harassment as part of the MeToo campaign
Oct 09, 2018
IMF says 180 million jobs for women at high risk globally as automation takes over; urge leadership to bridge digital divideNew technologies could further drive down demand and reduce relative wages for the routine tasks that women perform, lowering returns from labour market participation
Jul 13, 2018
Facebook's annual diversity report: five times more women employees since 2014The percentage of women employees at Facebook has increased from 31 in 2014 to 36 today.
May 14, 2018
Over 67% women unhappy with pay, to demand a hike this appraisal, reveals Indeed surveyThe survey revealed that while 20 percent of women respondents believed that their male counterparts are being paid more than them, only 9 percent of men feel their female peers are being paid less than them.
Mar 17, 2018
Microsoft fired 20 employees in response to sexual harassment, refutes that it ignored any complaintMicrosoft also investigated 84 complaints of gender discrimination last year and found around 10 percent of those to be supported at least in part.
Jul 24, 2017
WCD launches SHe-box portal for women employees to record sexual harassment complaintsWomen and Child Development ministry launched an online platform to enable women employees of the central government to file complaints
May 05, 2017
WCD ministry to launch online portal for women public servants to record sexual harassment complaintsAn e-platform that will enable women employees of the central government to file sexual harassment complaints online is likely to be launched this month.
Mar 30, 2017
Women's safety: Banning night shifts isn't the solution, the onus must be on govt and companiesThe narrative on women’s safety and security is not one that women have been at the helm of. Time and again, the narrative has been usurped for various other political agendas.
Mar 29, 2017
Karnataka: Joint House panel recommends IT companies to not assign night duty to womenKarnataka's joint house committee on women and child welfare, on Monday, recommended that women working in Information Technology (IT) and Bio-Technology (BT) companies should not be assigned night shifts to keep them safe
May 18, 2015
Mothers who work: It’s time for India Inc to let go off its gender double standardOne of the major reasons that organizations do not pay much heed to continuity plan is their `insensitivity’ towards issues relating to women, opine HR experts.