In this article it talks about work harassment. Safe working environment is very important to achieve strong industrial relationship and productive. To achieve such a working environment, it is important to ensure that the workplace is free from all forms of discrimination, including harassment. Everyone in the workplace can be very vulnerable to various forms of harassment, including sexual harassment and intimidation. Any and all forms of harassment in the workplace will be detrimental to all parties. For workers, it can lead to deterioration of performance, which in turn suppresses the level of productivity and affect the welfare of all workers and their families. Employee turnover rate increases and low productivity have the potential to affect the economic competitiveness of the factories concerned. Harassment in garment factories has been highlighted as raising concerns by international activists and appears on the main headlines in the international media. Violations as well as rumours about various issues of workplace harassment can have a serious impact on the relationship between plant and International buyers are aware of the reputation. That is what concerns us together to create a positive working environment through the prevention of workplace harassment. Nevertheless, reports of harassment in the workplace remains scattered wide. In particular, many cases of workplace harassment that seems to happen in the garment industry. This is probably caused by a variety of reasons, such as the presence of the number of young working women in large numbers, the inexperienced, and come from rural areas under the supervision of a small number men, high levels of production pressure and disciplinary practices nuanced violence. There are several ways to prevent sexual harassment in the work place, such as: 1. Communication: socialization of the guidelines through, for example, Bipartite Cooperation, Tripartite Cooperation Institution, and a variety of print and electronic media 2. Education: organizing orientation programs and the introduction of the staff, religious lectures, or special events such as events that have been programmed. 3. Training: provide specific training for supervisors and managers to recognize the problems that exist in the workplace and develop a diverse strategy for prevention; establish Harassment Settlement Response Team. 4. Encourage companies to implement workplace harassment prevention,
5. including taking disciplinary action in the form of:
Employment Agreements / Company / Collective Bargaining Agreement Dissemination of policies and mechanisms preventing harassment to all employees and supervisors are important. In order to meet all the need for communication, the employer must establish a program in which employees and supervisors can get educated about abuse. So in the end, all parties must have a heightened awareness of sharing how to create a productive work environment that is free from harassment. The central government and local governments should ensure that all guidelines regarding the implementation of these provisions and examples of company policies regarding harassment for large, medium, small and accessible and available to all employers. In the meantime, employers should provide information about abuse in orientation programs, as well as education and training for workers. The union should also include information about harassment in educational programs and training for its members.
Article two is talking about Corporate Social Responsibility, it states clearly in the title of the article. CSR or corporate social responsibility recently becomes a prominent issue among national and multinational business. The program is intended as the company's efforts to participate in the process of sustainable development in which there is expected to be a balance between the company and the social environment in the...
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