Workers Exploitation WorkplaceHarassment & What Are Its Solutions.              [CSR]
AGENDAIntroduction.oWorkplace    Harassment.a)   Sexual harassment.b)   Racial harassment.oWorkers expolitation.Child labo...
DEFINITION  According to the Kotler and Lee-        CSR is a commitment to improve community well being through discretion...
ALSO KNOWN AS.CSR is also referred to as:   Corporate or business responsibility   Corporate or business citizenship   ...
WHAT ARE THE CSR ISSUES THAT NEED TO BEMANAGED IN THE WORKPLACE?
AREAS.   REMUNERATION:   EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT:   WORK-LIFE BALANCE:   HEALTH AND SAFETY:   DIVERSITY:   CONSISTENCY ...
WORKERS EXPLOITATION         Child Labour.HARRASMENT        Sexual Harassment.        Racial Harassment .
SEXUAL HARARSMENT.
LEGAL DEFINITION.“Sexual Harassment isany type of unwelcomeaction     towards    anemployee that leads todifficulty in per...
The Definition of Sexual Harassment HasEvolved Over the Years.Now it Includes . . . Harassment   by a supervisor of the  ...
DOES WOMEN ONLY NEEDS PROTECTION..??
CONDUCT OF SEXUAL NATURE.    Verbal or written:-a)    Clothing.b)    Personal behavior.c)    Spreading rumors      about ...
Cont…    Physical :-a)    Assault.b)    Blocking movement.c)    Inappropriate touching.d)    Kissing.e)    Pattingf)    H...
Cont…    Non verbal:-a)   Looking up & down at     person’s body.b)   Facial expression of sexual     nature.c)   Followi...
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT. a)   Verbally warn. b)   Report the incident. c)   Find the help you need. d)   Take action
DO WOMEN NEED TO BE BEHENJIS AT WORK..??
SEXUAL HARARSSMENT AT WORKPLACEBILL 2010.   The SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORKPLACE BILL 2010    determine that the Indian Con...
“LETS TOGETHERWORK FOR ASOCIETY WHEREWOMEN CAN LIVEWITHOUT FEAR OFANY KIND OFVIOLENCE”.
RACIAL HARASSMENT.   The United States    has come a long    ways in overcoming    racism    in    the    workplace but i...
RACIAL HARASSMENT.   Even today, with a minority president in the    white house, racism is still an issue in the    news...
Solution   How can we reduce racism?1. Actively recruit and hire a racially and culturally   diverse staff.2. Talk to the...
CHILD LABOUR…
CHILD LABOUR.     “Any girl/boy below 18 years who does full    time work to sustain self & family or any child   who work...
CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA.
Child labour in SilkIndustry.Child labour in FootwearIndustry.
   Child labour at street    work.   Child labour in Match    Stick Factories.
Solutions on child labour     Eliminate poverty     Encourage education
   Enforce labour laws.   Abolish child trafficking.   Replace child workers by    adult workers.
Workplace Harassment     Awareness
Workplace harassment is a form of offensivetreatment or behavior, which to a reasonableperson creates an intimidating, hos...
Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexualadvances, requests for sexual favors, and otherverbal or physical conduct ...
“Such conduct has the purpose or effect ofunreasonably interfering with anindividuals work (or academic)performance or cre...
Which situations could be harassment?A.   Suggestive photos displayed in an academic     office.B.   Repeatedly asking som...
Two Kinds of Sexual Harassment.          o   Quid pro quo.     o   Hostile environment.
Quid Pro QuoDefinition: “This for that”Employmentdecisions/student gradesbased on sexual favors
Examples of Quid Pro Quo          •   Firing an employee or              failing a student who              ends a romanti...
Hostile Environment     When verbal or nonverbal behavior (in the     workplace or classroom):1)   Focuses on the sexualit...
Examples of Hostile Environment. o Remarks about sexual activity o Touching--brushes, pats, hugs,   shoulder rubs, pinches...
Hostile Environment Go for a               That  date?               sweater                       is hot! Usually repeate...
Behaviors That May CreateHostile EnvironmentWhen they are UNWANTED: •   Off-color jokes or teasing •   Comments about body...
Gender Harassmento A form of sex discriminationo Need not be sexual in natureo Would not have occurred except for  victim’...
Harassment via technology.            Communications Act of             1934 amended in 1968             regarding teleph...
Rabe v Lewisville ISD, 1994& Molina v Pasadena ISD, 1989  A teacher with a continuing contract was writing  a student note...
Victim’s Rightso   Does not have    to suffer    tangibly.o   Does not have    to object.
What should you do?   If you’re a victim:   • tell your Chair or Dean   • tell your HR representative
You can stop it•   Let others know if they behave in a    way that makes you uncomfortable
What should you do?If you’re a harasser:   • reconsider your priorities   • don’t say things that demean men     or women
Use your power wisely•   Use power over students to enrich,    not instill fear.•   Use influence with peers to create a  ...
Common sense rules toprevent false claims   Try not to be alone with students particularly    in isolated locations.   A...
Cont… Avoid off-the cuff comments on  students’ physical appearance or  discussing personal topics which could  be constr...
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
Workers Exploitation Workplace Harassment & What Are Its Solutions
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  1. 1. Workers Exploitation WorkplaceHarassment & What Are Its Solutions. [CSR]
  2. 2. AGENDAIntroduction.oWorkplace Harassment.a) Sexual harassment.b) Racial harassment.oWorkers expolitation.Child labour.Conclusion.
  3. 3. DEFINITION According to the Kotler and Lee- CSR is a commitment to improve community well being through discretionary business practices and contributions of corporate resources.”
  4. 4. ALSO KNOWN AS.CSR is also referred to as: Corporate or business responsibility Corporate or business citizenship Community relations Social responsibility
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THE CSR ISSUES THAT NEED TO BEMANAGED IN THE WORKPLACE?
  6. 6. AREAS. REMUNERATION: EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT: WORK-LIFE BALANCE: HEALTH AND SAFETY: DIVERSITY: CONSISTENCY ACROSS DIFFERENT WORKING ENVIRONMENTS:
  7. 7. WORKERS EXPLOITATION Child Labour.HARRASMENT Sexual Harassment. Racial Harassment .
  8. 8. SEXUAL HARARSMENT.
  9. 9. LEGAL DEFINITION.“Sexual Harassment isany type of unwelcomeaction towards anemployee that leads todifficulty in performingassigned tasks or causesthe employee to feel heor she is working inhostile environment”.
  10. 10. The Definition of Sexual Harassment HasEvolved Over the Years.Now it Includes . . . Harassment by a supervisor of the same sex. Harassment by a Female supervisor of a male subordinate.
  11. 11. DOES WOMEN ONLY NEEDS PROTECTION..??
  12. 12. CONDUCT OF SEXUAL NATURE. Verbal or written:-a) Clothing.b) Personal behavior.c) Spreading rumors about person’s personal life.d) Threatening a person.
  13. 13. Cont… Physical :-a) Assault.b) Blocking movement.c) Inappropriate touching.d) Kissing.e) Pattingf) Hugging.
  14. 14. Cont… Non verbal:-a) Looking up & down at person’s body.b) Facial expression of sexual nature.c) Following a person.
  15. 15. PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT. a) Verbally warn. b) Report the incident. c) Find the help you need. d) Take action
  16. 16. DO WOMEN NEED TO BE BEHENJIS AT WORK..??
  17. 17. SEXUAL HARARSSMENT AT WORKPLACEBILL 2010. The SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORKPLACE BILL 2010 determine that the Indian Constitution & provision which states that Men & Women have same right to equality, the same right to Life & same right to live in dignity. The bill & it’s component patently undermine the basic truth that sexual harassment is neither about sex nor gender, it is about power & that women in power can be every bit as abusive as man.
  18. 18. “LETS TOGETHERWORK FOR ASOCIETY WHEREWOMEN CAN LIVEWITHOUT FEAR OFANY KIND OFVIOLENCE”.
  19. 19. RACIAL HARASSMENT. The United States has come a long ways in overcoming racism in the workplace but it still has a long ways to go.
  20. 20. RACIAL HARASSMENT. Even today, with a minority president in the white house, racism is still an issue in the news every day. Companies who take aggressive efforts to attain cultural diversity ,often opt for changes in corporate policies that give incentives for employees who increase productivity in their department based on cultural diversity.
  21. 21. Solution How can we reduce racism?1. Actively recruit and hire a racially and culturally diverse staff.2. Talk to the people of color on your staff.3. Examine your newsletter or other publications and look out for negative portrayals, exclusion.
  22. 22. CHILD LABOUR…
  23. 23. CHILD LABOUR. “Any girl/boy below 18 years who does full time work to sustain self & family or any child who works in an environment that’s hazardous to his/her mental, physical, social, educational, moral & emotional development is child labour”.
  24. 24. CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA.
  25. 25. Child labour in SilkIndustry.Child labour in FootwearIndustry.
  26. 26.  Child labour at street work. Child labour in Match Stick Factories.
  27. 27. Solutions on child labour  Eliminate poverty  Encourage education
  28. 28.  Enforce labour laws. Abolish child trafficking. Replace child workers by adult workers.
  29. 29. Workplace Harassment Awareness
  30. 30. Workplace harassment is a form of offensivetreatment or behavior, which to a reasonableperson creates an intimidating, hostile orabusive work environment. It may be sexual,racial, based on gender, national origin, age,disability, religion or a persons sexualorientation. It may also encompass other formsof hostile, intimidating, threatening, humiliatingor violent behavior, which are not necessarilyillegal discrimination, but are nonethelessprohibited by this policy. “Harassment is in the eye of the beholder”
  31. 31. Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexualadvances, requests for sexual favors, and otherverbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when •Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individuals employment (or grade) or is used as a basis for any employment decision (granting leave, promotion, favorable performance appraisal, etc); Quid pro quo; OR
  32. 32. “Such conduct has the purpose or effect ofunreasonably interfering with anindividuals work (or academic)performance or creating an intimidating,hostile or offensive working (learning)environment."
  33. 33. Which situations could be harassment?A. Suggestive photos displayed in an academic office.B. Repeatedly asking someone for a date.C. Gestures which have sexual meaning.
  34. 34. Two Kinds of Sexual Harassment. o Quid pro quo. o Hostile environment.
  35. 35. Quid Pro QuoDefinition: “This for that”Employmentdecisions/student gradesbased on sexual favors
  36. 36. Examples of Quid Pro Quo • Firing an employee or failing a student who ends a romantic relationship • Changing performance expectations after an employee or student refuses repeated requests for a date.
  37. 37. Hostile Environment When verbal or nonverbal behavior (in the workplace or classroom):1) Focuses on the sexuality of another person or occurs because of the person’s gender2) Is unwanted or unwelcome and3) Is severe or pervasive enough to affect the person’s work (classroom) environment
  38. 38. Examples of Hostile Environment. o Remarks about sexual activity o Touching--brushes, pats, hugs, shoulder rubs, pinches, etc. o Repeated requests for dates o Sending sexual mail, notes, e-mail or making sexually explicit phone calls
  39. 39. Hostile Environment Go for a That date? sweater is hot! Usually repeated several times
  40. 40. Behaviors That May CreateHostile EnvironmentWhen they are UNWANTED: • Off-color jokes or teasing • Comments about body parts or sex life • Suggestive pictures or drawings • Inappropriate language • Leering, stares or gestures
  41. 41. Gender Harassmento A form of sex discriminationo Need not be sexual in natureo Would not have occurred except for victim’s gendero “you’re a pushy broad”
  42. 42. Harassment via technology.  Communications Act of 1934 amended in 1968 regarding telephone calls  Stalking and harassment via e-mail also unlawful
  43. 43. Rabe v Lewisville ISD, 1994& Molina v Pasadena ISD, 1989 A teacher with a continuing contract was writing a student notes, going over her house when her parents were not home, and kissing her on the lips constituted good cause for termination on grounds of immorality in the case of Rabe v Lewisville ISD, 1994. Even if the student consents to the relationship, grounds for termination may be established. As noted in the Molina v Pasadena ISD, 1989 decision, “Even if the student were an adult, the fact that a student was as student is the controlling point. It is this status and this relationship that constitutes immoral conduct.”
  44. 44. Victim’s Rightso Does not have to suffer tangibly.o Does not have to object.
  45. 45. What should you do? If you’re a victim: • tell your Chair or Dean • tell your HR representative
  46. 46. You can stop it• Let others know if they behave in a way that makes you uncomfortable
  47. 47. What should you do?If you’re a harasser: • reconsider your priorities • don’t say things that demean men or women
  48. 48. Use your power wisely• Use power over students to enrich, not instill fear.• Use influence with peers to create a balanced work environment.• Build a cordial atmosphere for students, faculty and staff.
  49. 49. Common sense rules toprevent false claims Try not to be alone with students particularly in isolated locations. Avoid physical contact with student which could be misunderstood as sexual in nature. Avoid any written communications with students which could be misconstrued as personal or romantic.
  50. 50. Cont… Avoid off-the cuff comments on students’ physical appearance or discussing personal topics which could be construed as sexual. Ifa student confides in you regarding a personal topic of sexual nature, either invite another adult to join the conversation or report in writing immediately.

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