NEW DELHI: Companies will quickly have to disclose whether or not they have constituted an internal complaints committee (ICC) on sexual harassment as the federal government is making plans to amend its laws to make the transfer obligatory, Union minister Maneka Gandhi mentioned on Wednesday.
The measure will assist the federal government observe whether or not organisations are complying with the Sexual Harassment at Workplace Act, 2013, which calls for any entity with 10 or extra staff to compulsorily arrange an ICC to glance into the complaints of sexual misconduct.
Women and kid construction minister Gandhi, who has been pursuing this factor with the company affairs ministry for the previous two years, introduced on Twitter that the federal government would revise its laws beneath the Companies Act, 2013. “I am deeply grateful to Arun Jaitley ji and ministry of corporate affairs for considering our request to amend relevant rules under the Companies Act, 2013, for women’s safety,” she tweeted.
An reliable mentioned the company affairs ministry had knowledgeable it in a letter that “they will amend the rules” earlier than the top of economic 12 months.