Only 5-10% of sexual assault victims get compensation: SC told
Wednesday, 9 May 2018 () Hardly 5-10 per cent of sexual assault victims across the country were able to get compensation under the relevant schemes in various states, the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) told the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Uber Technologies said sexual harassment or assault victims will have the option to settle claims with the ride-hailing service without a confidentiality provision that prevents them from speaking about the incidents. Aleksandra Michalska reports.
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On Tuesday, Uber laid out new policy to regarding sexual harassment and assault at the company.
Sexual harassment or assault victims no longer have to sign an NDA when settling cases.
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