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Idaho’s state Division of Human Resources has requested another staffer next year, in part to help investigate complaints regarding state employees including workplace harassment complaints. DHR Administrator Susan Buxton told JFAC this morning that the state is seeing “an increase in respectful workplace complaints,” but...
The Montana Legislature is reviewing its sexual harassment policy after accusations of sexual misconduct led to the downfall of other lawmakers across the country.
The New York Times has canceled a public event with James Franco days after the Golden Globe winner was accused of sexual misconduct.
Kentucky’s former GOP House speaker is not going quietly. Jeff Hoover, who resigned his leadership post Monday because he said he didn’t want to be a distraction, tried Tuesday to make it more difficult for lawmakers to discipline each other. He wanted to require the lawmakers who are trying to expel him from the House to pay for his legal expenses – but only if their expulsion attempt fails.
Hundreds of Idaho legislators, Statehouse staffers, reporters and lobbyists underwent “respectful workplace” training on Tuesday, and top legislative leaders vowed that harassment is “never acceptable in the Idaho state Capitol.” Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill, Rexburg, added, “This is not just sexual harassment, but any kind of harassment...
Hundreds of Idaho legislators, Statehouse staffers, reporters and lobbyists underwent “respectful workplace” training on Tuesday, and top legislative leaders vowed that harassment is “never acceptable in the Idaho state Capitol.”
Kentucky’s Republican House speaker resigned his leadership post, declaring he did not want the secret sexual harassment settlement he signed to be a distraction from the chamber’s legislative work.
The Golden Globes, once the stomping grounds of Harvey Weinstein, will belong to someone else this year.
The Republican leader in the Washington state House says he was sexually harassed at the Capitol more than a decade ago.
One day after the Kentucky House speaker temporarily ceded power in the aftermath of a secret sexual harassment settlement, he and his colleagues are headed off to mandatory training aimed at curbing the problem.
On Monday, a group of women in the entertainment industry, including A-listers such as Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone and Natalie Portman, announced an initiative called Time’s Up, which is aimed at combating sexual harassment.
Chief Justice John Roberts is promising a careful evaluation of the federal judiciary’s sexual misconduct policies and an effort to highlight the work of court employees following the year’s destructive hurricanes.
Two women at the center of sexual assault or harassment complaints against Washington politicians a generation ago reflect on how some things have changed in the way today’s victims are treated.
The parents of a former student have filed a federal lawsuit against a western Montana school district, claiming school officials did not protect their daughter from being sexually harassed and assaulted by a teacher.
As a man, on behalf of men, speaking with the full power and authority of the patriarchy at my back, let me just say: We don’t need sexual-harassment training. None of us needs a seminar to learn not to swap a job offer for sex.
Months after allegations against Harvey Weinstein ignited a national conservation about sexual harassment, “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson said Weinstein’s company had once warned him about actresses Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, who have since spoken out against the movie mogul.
First-term Democratic Congressman Ruben Kihuen of Nevada, who is at the center of sexual harassment allegations, announced Saturday he won’t seek re-election.
The people who elected Donald Trump, and those whom he serves as president, have a right to know that their president isn’t playing by an old set of rules when everyone else is playing, finally, by new and fairer ones.
The biggest figures and institutions in entertainment have established a commission to be chaired by Anita Hill that intends to combat sexual misconduct and inequality in the industry in the wake of the huge wave of revelations spurred by allegations against Harvey Weinstein.
All Idaho state lawmakers will attend mandatory “respectful workplace training” on the second day of this year’s legislative session.