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Ethics

Apex Ethics Committee

Sl.No Name Role
01
Mr. Ashish Anupam
Chairperson
02
Mr. S K Shrivastava
Member
03
Mr. Abhijit Avinash Nanoti
Member
04
Mr. Partha Chattopadhyay
Member
05
Mr Mukesh Agarwal
Member
06
Mr. R.K. Manchanda
Chief Ethics Counsellor & Convener

Message from Chief Ethics Counsellor

Tata group has always been known as a value-driven organisation. These values continue to direct the growth and business of Tata companies. Tata Core values and TCoC guide us to conduct fairly with all stakeholders and do business ethically – everything we do must stand the test of public scrutiny.

During the course of conducting our duties ethically, we may come across challenges & dilemmas. TCoC and various policies on Ethics adopted by us will guide us to take decisions fairly. Therefore, suggest all to read all these policies and codes as specified in TCoC.

Various Ethics related declarations will also display our commitment to uphold TATA Values and execute our duty with Integrity. Recently, with the support of TATA Steel, an IT based declaration system “DARPAN” has been launched to enable all employees to submit online declaration on COI, TCoC, G&H etc. I urge everyone to visit DARPAN and submit the necessary declarations to exhibit our commitment on strengthening Ethical culture in TSLPL.

Let us be proud of our legacy of Integrity and Trust and carry forward the ethical standards laid down by our founding fathers.

POSH( Prevention of sexual harassment)

Sexual harassment at a workplace is considered violation of women’s right to equality, life and liberty. It creates an insecure and hostile work environment, which discourage women’s participation in work, thereby adversely affecting their social and economic empowerment and the goal of inclusive growth1. With this idea the legislature formulated the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013.

The Act defines sexual harassment as unwelcome acts or behavior (whether directly or by implication) namely, physical contact and advances, a demand or request for sexual favors, making sexually colored remarks, showing pornography, any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature4. Any act of unwelcome and sexual nature shall be considered as sexual harassment where as a physical contact which has no undertone of a sexual nature and is not occasioned by the gender of the complainant may not necessarily amount to sexual harassment.

Even though the Act is in force since 2013, the awareness regarding consequences of sexual harassment and its redressal against the same is limited. The effective implementation of POSH Act not only requires creating an environment where women can speak up about their grievances without fear and get justice but sensitization of men towards treatment of women at workplace is equally necessary.

DO’s and DON’Ts of Sexual Harassment

DO:

DON’T:

Ethical Dilemmas

Choose The Right Path​

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Policy for Receipt of Gifts and Hospitality

Ethics Month July, 2019

Policy on Conflict of Interest
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TATA code of conduct

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