Takalya is sexual harassment; England Employment Tribunal rules – Marathi News | calling a man bald is sexual harassment ruling by the employment tribunal of england
Dr. Khushalchand Baheti, Lokmat News Network
New Delhi:The UK Employment Tribunal has ruled that calling a man ‘Takalya’ is sexual harassment. While this decision is interesting, it has increased the scope of sexual harassment. Tony Finn worked as an electrician for a company for about 34 years. Following his dismissal, Finn filed a complaint against the company owner under the Equality Act, 2010. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
The company has not disputed the allegations. Employment Judge Brain ruled that the word “bald” was related to sexuality. The verdict was handed down by a three-judge panel headed by Judge Brain. They refer to their own baldness, baldness is more common in adult males, it is a sexual feature, not age. The incidence of baldness is higher in men than in women. He has an innate sexual relationship. Baldness mainly affects adult men of all ages, he said.
Earlier, the court had ruled that the only comment made in a case about the size of a woman’s breasts was sexual harassment. The tribunal ruled that it was the same for an employer to call his employee a “takalya.” In this case, the process of determining the amount of compensation is now underway.
Oversight of the Employment Tribunal
Commented on the baldness found in men with the intention of hurting him. It was unnecessary and disrespectful. That was the purpose. The complaint of sexual harassment is justified as it relates to the gender of the complainant employee. It is in the public interest to consider and decide on such complaints. The responsibility of those who make such mistakes must be determined.
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