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Following the announcement of a Mumbai-based media company’s recent ‘First Day of Period’ leave policy, women across the board are reacting to it. The company set the trend in place by providing its 75 women employees an exclusive leave for their first day of menstruation.
Just faced a round of mansplaining? Well, you are not alone. Some prominent women share their experiences.
The screenshot of a sexist chat between a white man and a woman recently went viral, causing outrage on social media at the former’s attitude for assuming that he would be preferred, thanks to his gender! The conversation was about a promotion the woman got in an internship programme and he started criticizing her for it as he was not considered for it.
Amidst the twists and turns women already face at workplaces, here comes another challenge — and we are not happy about it! The Karnataka legislature panel’s new proposal to IT and Bio-technology companies in Bengaluru is that women should not be made to do night shifts in order to ensure their safety and security.
As you’ve no doubt heard, an ex-TVF employee posted on medium.com blaming the CEO of The Viral Fever (TVF) Arunabh Kumar for alleged sexual harassment. Kumar denied(…)
Known for her witty remarks and fearless writing, Twinkle Khanna is back with another column in a famous daily. This time, her area of concern is women facing workplace harassment. Former actress and now a writer, Khanna calls the harassers — corner office frogs and workplace harassment survivors — little file-toting flies.
Manager abuses women workers sexually by groping them and forcefully hugging them.
After receiving a bunch of complaints from aggrieved women employees from various ministries, Women and Child Development (WCD) Minister Maneka(…)
Four industrialists daughters who are creating their own identity, taking a step forward from their parents legacy.
Entrepreneur Surabhi Dewra believes that persuasion is a great skill to have for women in the workplace, and gives us tips on how to improve it.
Being a returning NRI into the corporate world in modern, changing, growing India, I expected fewer barriers for women to(…)