Saturday, August 30, 2008

Sexual Harassment at Workplace Report

A recent survey report by Singapore based women rights organization AWARE on Sexual Harassment at Workplace created a widespread buzz. According to the report, 54% respondents said they have experienced some kind of sexual harassment at workplace.
Though the report received huge media attention, the business groups did not make any comments or commitments to prevent sexual harassment at workplace. Singapore currently does not have a specific regulation to address sexual harassment at workplace. But that should not prevent responsible companies to take a voluntary action and have a strict program against sexual harassment at workplace.
The complete report can be found at:

Friday, August 08, 2008

We are back

CSRWorks is back to blog with a new look. We did not disappear with the rainforests and Sumatran elephants of Indonesia, as you might have thought. We are very much here and will be back soon with more thought-provoking stuff on corporate responsibility, sustainability and climate change.
By the way, environmentalists tell us that more hectares of rainforests and peatlands and a large population of tigers, elephants and orang-utans have vanished in Indonesia since our last entry in 2006.