Contemporary Study of the Obstetrical Women Encounter at Work

  • Taniya and Saniya Sadh
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  • Taniya

    Student at Manipal University, Jaipur, India

  • Saniya Sadh

    Student at Manipal University, Jaipur, India

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India is a democratic and stable nation. Men and women, however, are treated fairly and have equal opportunities in the workplace. In this regard, the Indian constitution guarantees several fundamental rights to the safety of women at work, and the Indian parliament has the authority to enact specific laws for women as needed. Although the directive principle of state policy states that “equal employment rights, equal pay for equal work”. India is a unique nation where people practise all major religions. In India, people worshipped the goddess while harassing and abusing women at work in a sexual manner. No exclusive rights for working in any sector have been affecting women in the past 19th-century era. In that era, women were not permitted to do any work. This paper discusses the security of women in the workplace and the rights related to women’s labour law. The main objective of the research paper is to have a critical analysis of the impact on women’s freedom in the workplace in organizations and industrious. This paper examines the necessity for existing laws related to women’s safety in the workplace. The present paper endeavours that sexual harassment of women, gender discrimination, and pay scale discrimination at workplaces. We also analyse various judgments and take of the Indian judiciary towards women's safety in the workplace.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2835 - 2844


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