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  • 1.  Hewlett pacard - mark hurd  Idea cellular - Pradeep srivastava  Penguin - David Davidar  Nalco - C. Venkatramana-
  • 2.       unwelcome sexually determined behavior as physical contact and advances, sexually colored remarks, showing pornography and sexual demands, whether by words or actions. Such conduct can be humiliating and may constitute a health and safety problem
  • 3.       54% (272) had experienced some form of workplace sexual harassment. 27% of the 272 respondents experienced harassment by their colleague, while 17% were harassed by their superior. 79% of the victims are women; 21% were men. 12% had received threats of termination if they did no comply with the requests of the sexual harassers
  • 4.         Business, trade, banking and finance Sales Marketing Hospitality Civil Service Education, lecturing and teaching
  • 5.  The majority of complaints come from women, however the number of complaints filed by men is increasing, along with increasing numbers of men filing against female supervisors.  Male harassment in India  Bangalore 51% Delhi 31% Hyderabad 28%    The biggest reason why these cases were never reported was "social ridicule" and because they felt they wouldn't be believed due to India's social beliefs.
  • 6. IN IT INDUSTRY:  88% women subjected to sexual harassment at workplace in IT sector: survey At MNCs, sexual harassment complainants face uphill battle  P&G in Bhopal ,a plant manager harassed a female employee .He was fired but the issue was brushed under the carpet and he now works at a rival company  a Chartered Accountant who was in her late 30s when she was working with KPMG in 2006 and holding a senior position, allegedly faced sexual harassment at the workplace
  • 7.    Banwari devis case – visakha judment The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 Does not cover women in armed forces and agricultural labourers
  • 8.  was born in a middle class Kannada family in Bangalore, Karnataka.  IIT Chennai- Mechanical engineering  IIM Ahmadabad
  • 9. COMPANY NAME INFOSYS Career started 1995 Position Head of sales and marketing Promoted 2000 possition Director of Infosys BPO ltd Fired out 2002
  • 10. COMPNAY NAME IGATE Started 2003 Position CEO (FROM 2003) Position CEO and president(20082013)
  • 11.     Phaneesh Murhty joined Infoys in 1992 as a marketing manager of US markets. He rose to become the head of Infosys’ worldwide sales and marketing. He also became one of the youngest directors on its board. He is credited with winning for Infosys its first milliondollar contract in 1994
  • 12.   The company had paid $570,000 to Phaneesh Murthy as part of the final settlement of his dues. Phaneesh was often called the ‘other Murthy’ of Infosys and had many admirers within and outside the company. He was also the highest paid executive in the company with a take home package of Rs 2 crore.
  • 13.        In January 2003, he founded Quintant Services Limited, a BPO company based out of India, which was acquired by iGATE Global Solutions Ltd. He became chief executive officer of iGATE Global Solutions in August 2003. He was appointed director in 2006 and was appointed as president and CEO in 2008. In 2010, shareholders again elected him as a director. His term was to end this year. He is also a board member of Patni Computer Systems, which iGate acquired in 2011. With 29 years of industry experience, he is considered a veteran in the IT industry. iGate thrived under his able leadership. .
  • 14. company year charges by settlements Infosys 2002 Reka Maximovitch $300,000 Infosys 2003 Jennifer Griffith $800,000 I gate 2013 Araceli Roiz
  • 15.     "Harassment is a way for a man to make a woman vulnerable.“ Need for power! Women doing traditionally what are considered as men’s job are more harassed E.g.: investment bankers
  • 16.     Many men enter the workplace when teasing was not a big thing So they think Its all right Difference between perceptions between men and women Difference between intent and impact
  • 17.  Only 3 % of the women complain the cases Why??    They fear they will not be believed They fear retaliation "women feel a responsibility to be emotional managers of relationships and often want to keep things friendly,"
  • 18.     Depression, anxiety, shock, denial Anger, fear, frustration, irritability Insecurity, embarrassment, feelings of betrayal Confusion, feelings of being powerless Shame, self-consciousness, low self-esteem Guilt, self-blame, isolation
  • 19.         Headaches Lethargy Gastrointestinal distress Dermatological reactions Weight fluctuations Sleep Disturbances, nightmares Phobias, panic reactions Sexual problems
  • 20.        Decreased job satisfaction Unfavorable performance evaluations Loss of job or promotion Drop in academic or work performance due to stress Absenteeism Withdrawal from work or school Change in career goals
  • 21. Awareness! A survey conducted sows that about 66% of the women are not aware of the laws!!   Stricter Laws!!  A change in the way we think and see!!!
  • 22.    http://counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn/SelfhelpResourc es/SexualAssaultSexualAbuse/SexualHarassmentMyt hsandRealities/tabid/390/Default.aspx http://www.nytimes.com/1991/10/22/science/sexua l-harassment-it-s-about-power-notlust.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm http://www.psychologyinfo.com/forensic/harassmen t.html
  • 23.      http://www.aware.org.sg/ati/wsh-site/14-statistics/ http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-0523/news/39475480_1_bangalore-university-elite-power-andmoney http://www.livemint.com/Companies/jhUpuQRbKuVAW9arUu TygK/iGate-sacks-Phaneesh-Murthy-on-sexual-harassmentcharge-by-e.html http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/igate-employee-saysphaneesh-murthy-pressured-her-to-abort-theirchild/article4742453.ece http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/why-phaneesh-murthyhad-to-quit-infosys-369646
  • 24.     http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-1107/work/43323549_1_harassment-victims-office-party-female-workers http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2013/10/22/sexual-harassment-ismore-than-groping/ http://www.indianexpress.com/news/sexual-harassment-at-workplacebill-becomes-law/1107645/ http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/other-ceosfacing-sexual-harassment-cases-113052100341_1.html