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The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill, 2013 has received the assent of the President of India. Learn more about Pension Funds and your rights in India.
The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 ("Sexual Harassment Act") has been made effective on April 23, 2013 by way of publication in the Gazette of India.
Economic reforms and liberalization in India has created more employment opportunities in general, and especially for women in corporate sector.
India has traditionally been a patriarchal society with the man being the head and the leading earning member of the family, and the woman providing the home support back-up services.
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Is it safe for women to work till late night in office? How do companies in India ensure safety of women? What does the Indian Law say about women and their work hours?
India is just a step closer to having women as permanent commissioned officers in its armed forces, with the tri-services giving their consent to a proposal from the government in this regard.
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Health-conscious working mothers are taking health as the biggest asset in their life and are leaving no stone unturned to be always in the pink of health.
Find out why property rights are important for women, what are their rights and what are the international regulations on women property rights.
There is drastic change in favour of rural women’s employment. As the corporate world realizes the competitive potential running their back office operations out of rural regions, the change is bound to accelerate its pace.
The CA2013 stipulates appointment of at least one woman Director on the Board of the prescribed class of Companies. This decision was taken to widen the talent pool enabling big Corporates to benefit from diversified backgrounds with different viewpoints.