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New Legislation protects Janitors from Sexual Harassment

Janitors express Sexual Harassment Concerns California ­– The state of California maintains a high volume of janitor employees. An enormous part of those employees are immigrants who work diligently to provide a better life for their families. Although employees attempt to complete their shift comfortably and return home, sexual harassment and sexual assault has become… Read more »

Minot State University resolves a Sexual Assault Issue

Title IX Investigation Minot – A Title IX investigation was conducted on behalf of a former female student who alleged that she endured sexual assault for more than two years from a professor. The student asserts she reported the sexual assault in April 2013, and the university failed to address her complaint. The federal law,… Read more »

Fort Lauderdale Funeral Home pays 85k in a Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Suit

Sexual Harassment: Funeral Home Misconduct comes to Light Fort Lauderdale, FL. – The owner and manager of McWhite’s Funeral Home, Albert McWhite, has been accused of sexually harassing multiple women in the workplace. The EEOC attempted to settle this matter before it went to court, then filed a sexual harassment lawsuit on behalf of the women… Read more »

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in NYC and Across the Country

  The month of April has been designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence. Women’s organized protests against violence began in the late 1970s in England with Take… Read more »