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Sexual Harassment Policy


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Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (“the Company”) is committed in providing a workplace that is free from sexual harassment. Sexual harassment in the workplace is against the law and will not be tolerated. When the Company determines that an allegation of sexual harassment is credible, it will take prompt and appropriate corrective action. 

  • Unwelcome actions such as below are inappropriate and meet the definition of sexual harassment:
  • Sexual pranks, or repeated sexual teasing, jokes, or innuendo, in person or via e-mail or sms; 
  • Verbal abuse of a sexual nature; 
  • Touching or grabbing of a sexual nature; 
  • Repeatedly standing too close to or brushing up against a person; 
  • Repeatedly asking a person to socialize during off-duty hours when the person has said no or has indicated he or she is not interested; 
  • Giving gifts or leaving objects that are sexually suggestive; 
  • Repeatedly making sexually suggestive gestures; 
  • Making or posting sexually demeaning or offensive pictures, cartoons or other materials in the workplace; 
  • Off-duty, unwelcome conducts of a sexual nature that affects the work environment.

The above actions will constitute sexual harassment when: 

  1. The unwelcome conduct unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or abusive work environment; or 
  2. An employment decision affecting that individual is made because the individual submitted to or rejected the unwelcome conduct.

If the Company receives a credible allegation of sexual harassment, or has reason to believe sexual harassment is occurring, it will take the necessary steps to ensure that the matter is promptly investigated and addressed. 

Employees who have been found by the Company to have subjected another employee to unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature will be subjected to disciplinary action which will include termination of employment. 

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