News: CEOs to face heat for unsafe office cabs

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CEOs to face heat for unsafe office cabs

The Delhi Police have decided to go after the top bosses if the women employed in their companies are not dropped home safely after a night shift, Hindustan Times reported.

The Delhi Police have decided to go after the top bosses if the women employed in their companies are not dropped home safely after a night shift, Hindustan Times reported.

Up until now, it was only the cab driver who was arrested if he was found violating guidelines set by the police on safety of women working night shifts. These guidelines make it mandatory for employers to have their women employees dropped at their doorstep, have a security guard accompanying them and install GPS technology in the cabs.

Police say they will summon the top management of a company that is found to be violating these norms. “If the violation is small, we will issue them a warning. Serious violation may even lead to arrest of the employer,” said a police officer.

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