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Equal Opportunity workplace free of discrimination and harassment

CONTINUUM is opposed to unfair practices and shall do its maximum to promote


equality in all employment practices. No direct or indirect negative discrimination shall
take place or be allowed.

CONTINUUM does not tolerate degrading treatment towards any employee, such as
mental and/or sexual harassment, discriminatory gestures, language and any physical
contact that is sexual, coercive, threatening or abusive. All employees are expected to act
with integrity and treat your colleagues and others you meet through your work with
respect at all times.

All employees shall respect the personal dignity, privacy and rights of each individual that
you interact with during the course of work and shall not in any way cause or contribute
to the violation of their rights.

All employees are expected to maintain decorum at the workplace and ensure you
conduct yourself in a dignified manner at all times. This includes following the official
dress code, not coming to office under the influence of alcohol and refraining from
disturbing your colleagues while at work.

Sexual harassment is a serious criminal offence, which can destroy human dignity and
freedom. In an effort to promote the wellbeing of all human employees at the work place
the following code of conduct has been prescribed:-

1. It shall be the duty of the employer to prevent or deter the commission of any act of
sexual harassment at the work place.
2. Sexual harassment will include such unwelcome sexually determined behavior by
any person either individually or in association with other persons or by any person
in authority whether directly or by implication such as:
i. Eve- teasing
ii. Unsavory remark
iii. Jocks causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment
iv. Innuendos and taunts
v. Gender based insults or sexiest remark
vi. Unwelcome sexual overtone in any manner such as over telephone
(obnoxious telephone calls) and the like
vii. Touching or brushing against any part of the body and the like
viii. Displaying pornographic or other offensive or derogatory pictures,
cartoons, pamphlets or sayings.
ix. Forcible physical touch or molestation.
x. Physical confinement against ones will and any other act likely to violate
ones privacy and includes any act or conduct by a person in authority and
belonging to one sex which denies or would deny equal opportunity in
pursuit of career development or otherwise making the environment at the
work place. Hostile or intimidating to a person belonging to the other sex,
only on the ground of sex.