News & Media 14th Jan 2024

Among Sensex firms, 83% sexual harassment cases from IT, banking in FY23

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Mumtaz Bhalla Partner | New Delhi | Noida

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The 11 Sensex-listed information technology (IT) and banking companies accounted for 83 per cent of all sexual harassment cases reported at firms on the 30-share index in financial year (FY) 2022-23.  According to data, the Sensex companies saw an overall uptick in such cases compared to the pre-pandemic figure — from 627 in FY20 to 711 in FY23, a 13 per cent increase.

Against this backdrop, Mumtaz Bhalla, MCIArb, Partner, Economic Laws Practice (ELP) has been quoted in an article, “Among Sensex firms, 83% sexual harassment cases from IT, banking in FY23” authored by Aggam Walia from the The Indian Express.

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