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Struggling with violence against women at a workplace

There are many laws in work areas, but, unfortunately, each of this laws not statement the rule of keep the safety at a workplace, especially among workers women, and with the priority psihological safety. I think that it is very important for our society in order to grow, to take care from our people of work, safety at a level social and mentality health. I also consider that, in society is need to grow prosperity, but without these it is can not progress in the future…
9 months, 2 weeks ago in Women’s Rights
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One of the worst forms of violence addressed indirectly to women is psyhological harassment at work. It is one of the worst serious and "the most silent" form of psihic violence encountered especially in corporation, but not only. Mobbing, currently, present a "plague" in developing societies against which we owe, and we also have an obligation to act and react. A first step in counteracting the fenomenon must be made, by the fact that it is necessary to "walk" in the laws. More than that and concrettly, the unification and alignment of the laws of the member countries "could" make a common front in order to diminish and counteract the phenomenon, which proliferates every day. First of all, a "labour law" recovery, which is coherent, predictable and firm, is required to remove abuses against female employees. This wold be a first step in fighting the phenomenon that ravages among the vulnerable, group women. I believe that society, each of us, should be "educated" in the civic spirit of struggling and taking action when "such" signs of violence even indirectly at the workplace are "shows" to us. We need to know both our rights and obligations and not allow dignitis and workplace safety to be broken... .

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