A Karnataka Government employee assaulted a fellow female colleague for coming late; yet another case of workplace harassment.
By promoting female leadership, organisations propel themselves into understanding the new reality and engage with it.
We must unpack what it means to be a working mother rather than celebrating the double burden of labour that such women are subjected to.
To tackle at least part of the issues raised by the #MeToo movement, the Domestic Workers Union has been demanding the presence of an ICC in apartment blocks.
Could the collective silence of victims be attributed to a culture of sexism influencing organisational life and therefore impacting formal and informal responses to sexual harassment complaints?
Often lost in the midst of all these back and forth debates on surrogacy and its legality are the stories of both surrogates and intending parents.
Creating workplaces that support the mental well-being of all staff—from frontline workers to senior management—is critical. Here are some practices that nonprofits follow.
Will the current economic model of development be helpful to a diverse nation like India which is marked by inequalities of caste, class, gender, religion, ethnicity and many more?
This article traces the story of Urmisha Parmar and her navigation through financial obstacles and illness in her family.
Thousands of workers, from both organised and unorganised sectors, gathered for the All India General Strike (8-9 January) in New Delhi to protest against the reforms in labour law made by the current ruling BJP government.