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EMPLOYEE HARASSMENT DURING COVID-19 IN PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN UTTAR PRADESH.

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Abstract: The basis of the research highlights the employee treatment which has been a major problem during times of COVID. This paper highlighted the pity condition and situation of the educational sector employee as teachers under the disguise of harassment.Due to the closure of educational foundations in the aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak, educators and non-teaching staff at a number of private schools and universities are living on a shoestring budget because they have not been paid their salaries for the past four months. (2020, Gopal)In the meantime, school and school instructors, as well as non-teaching staff from a variety of educational organizations, have reached out to Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy via WhatsApp, requesting financial assistance similar to that provided to individuals who have been denied employment due to the lockdown. (2020, Gopal)This study focuses on employee harassment during COVID-19, with the main concern being salary cuts and mental harassment as a form of job termination. On a 95 percent confidence interval, the researcher used a population size of 100 and a sample size of 80.After analyzing on the basis of mode and frequency distribution, researcher found that during COVID-19 employee got harassed on the basis of salary cutting and firing that creates mental imbalance."There has been no reaction from the public authority to the portrayal. The Central and State governments should contact the genuine victims. An investigation ought to be directed, and all the influenced people, independent of the areas, ought to be paid at any rate 70 % of their standard compensations till the circumstance gets ordinary," says CPI State aide secretary J.V. Satyanarayana Murthy. (Gopal, 2020)This research offers proof supporting an affirmative response that firms with more reasonable workers heading into the COVID-19 survive the crisis better.Keywords: Employee harassment, COVID-19, psychological health, mental health, compensatio

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