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This is happening in the ontaeio government
Yes, steps have been taken by India to arrest this malady from society. As a sizeable portion of the Indian workforce consists of women the country’s highest court have given directions for prompt implementation of the relevant rules. But at ground level much more is to be done to keep the social circle and country’s workplace safe and convenient for women.
Absolutely not. My workplace, a unionized, large corporation has not investigated my complaint made to HR in 2010. After three weeks retaliation and no investigation, I was admitted into Sunnybrook ER for psychiatric crisis within two weeks. I was later diagnosed of PTSD along with other injuries.
Then the company and union told me that no investigation could be done since I was on sick leave.
Now, 6 years later, I am told that witnesses left and evidences are gone therefore no investigation will be done. This contradicting current Ontario’s Bill 132.
So far I have not seen Ontario Minister of Labour being proactive for Bill 132 taking effect September 2016. Searching Bill 132 on MOL’s web returns few entries. The Government has to take effective actions before this problem will be eradicated.