Human Resource (HR) Professionals play an indispensable part in ensuring that organizations uphold the principles of POSH effectively. Training emphasizes the need for maintaining confidentiality and handling complaints of sexual harassment with utmost sensitivity and effectiveness. HR staff often serve as trainers at ground levels, educating employees at all levels about their rights and reporting procedures. They are often the first point of contact and keep comprehensive records of all the employees. They are also often responsible for implementing the recommendation in POSH proceeding.