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Sexual harassment is any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that interferes with an individual's work or educational performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.
Sexual harassment can manifest in various forms, including verbal (comments, jokes), non-verbal (gestures, displays), physical (unwanted touching), and quid pro quo harassment (employment benefits conditioned on sexual favors).
Sexual harassment can take many forms. If you feel uncomfortable due to unwelcome behavior, comments, or advances of a sexual nature, you may be experiencing sexual harassment. Trust your instincts and seek support.
Document the incidents, keep a record of any communication, and seek support from friends, family, or counselling services.
Company Policies: Many workplaces have explicit policies against sexual harassment . These policies outline what constitutes harassment, reporting procedures, and the consequences for perpetrators according to POSH Act 2013.

Internal Complaints Committee: Companies have a separate committee called as Internal Complaints Committee to report Sexual Harassment .They follow requisite procedures given in the POSH Act 2013 in order to secure justice for the victim and to ensure that the perpetrator is given punishment.

Legal Rights: As per the POSH Act 2013 any sexually harassed victim can launch an FIR under the guidance of ICC.The ICC or the LCC can forward the complaint to the Police for registering the case under Section 509 of the IPC and any other relevant provisions of the IPC.

Training Programs: According to the POSH Act 2013 it is mandatory for the employers to conduct training sessions to educate employees about what constitutes sexual harassment, how to prevent it, and what to do if they experience or witness such behaviour.

If you experience or witness sexual harassment, reporting it promptly is essential to address the issue and seek a resolution.

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