Understand POSH

Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013

Indian legislation that protects women from sexual harassment at work, the Sexual Harassment of Women at Work (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Act, 2013. A person feels offended, humiliated, or intimidated when they are subjected to unwelcome sexual advances, unwelcome requests for sexual favours, or other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature that would be expected in these circumstances. The term sexual harassment does not necessarily involve physical contact but could include sexual remarks, pictures or screen savers, and inappropriate advances made in person or online.

OBOX is dedicated to providing organizations with a comprehensive Anti-Sexual Harassment Solution that ensures safety, security, and legal compliance. Our team of specialists possesses in-depth knowledge and expertise in POSH policy, along with other relevant regulations.

By partnering with OBOX, your organization can benefit from our extensive experience and tailored solutions that address the specific challenges of preventing and addressing sexual harassment.

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Empowering Organizations through POSH Awareness Training and Regulations

Our services include conducting awareness and sensitization training workshops, which are crucial for fostering a respectful and inclusive work environment. We also guide organizations in achieving regulatory compliance by helping them navigate the intricate responsibilities placed on employers and the Internal Committee (IC).

POSH Documentation Compliance
Registration with Local Authorities
POSH Certifications
Internal Complaints Committee Formation (ICC)
External ICC Member Selection
 POSH Policy Drafting
Display Notices & Workplace Awareness Posters
Training - Employees & ICC Members
Advisory Services
Compliant Redressal
Annual Compliance
Advice & Support Helpline
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Why is POSH mandatory?

Making Workplace Safety a Priority : POSH at Work

Why choose EOR?

As long as POSH compliance fosters a safe, inclusive, and respectful workplace. Complying with it is mandatory as well.

  • Legal Obligation
  • Employee Well-being and Productivity
  • Employee Protection
  • Mitigating Legal and Reputational Risks
  • Gender Equality
  • Organizational Accountability
  • Preventing a hostile environment
  • Empowering Employees

Non-compliance with the POSH Act risks fines up to INR 50,000, with potential doubling for repeat violations and license cancellation!