Workplace doesn’t have an Internal Committee

Last updated on Jun 22, 2022

If you belong to an unorganised sector or a small establishment that does not have an Internal Complaints Committee, you can approach the Local Complaints Committee that has been set up by the District Officer.

The Local Committee accepts complaints from1:

  • Women working in an organisation having less than 10 employees
  • Domestic workers
  • When the complaint is against the employer himself
  1. Section 6(1), Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.[]

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