State Sen. Thirteen months ago, NJ Advance Media published a story featuring the accounts of more than 20 women in New Jersey politics and government who told their MeToo stories of being groped, sexually harassed, propositioned and assaulted. The December report, which was published on NJ. Last week, that committee came out with its report calling for big changes to how sexual misconduct is investigated in Trenton. The Workgroup on Harassment, Sexual Assault and Misogyny in New Jersey Politics called for the expansion of the nonpartisan campaign finance watchdog agency, the Election Law Enforcement Commission, to investigate sexual harassment complaints involving elected officials, campaign officials and lobbyists.
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However, many employers fail to do so. This is particularly so when the harasser is a high-level executive or otherwise seen as valuable to the employer. This creates a power imbalance. Unfortunately, far too many victims of harassment fail to report harassment because they fear retaliation. The attorneys at Schall and Barasch have worked with a wide range of victims of sexual harassment. They share below some of the most important facts and lessons they have learned about sexual harassment. The recent MeToo Movement illuminated the dynamics of sexual harassment.
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The reality TV star worked as an EMT on Staten Island from and, during that time, said one supervisor made unwelcome physical and verbal sexual advances while another made vulgar comments about her sex life. In the suit, she claimed one lieutenant "grabbed and squeezed her buttock The other man, she says, would ask her, "How many guys on 'Jersey Shore' have you f--ked? I kept going and I had to say something, I couldn't take it any more. Explaining that the alleged harassment went on for two years, Pivarnick said she went to a therapist to speak about her treatment and "even opening up to her about it was hard.
Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. The reality star alleges that she was groped and sexually harassed by two lieutenants during her time working as an EMT on Staten Island between and According to the NY Daily News , she settled her lawsuit after a year in court, with the FDNY saying it takes allegations such as this seriously and has already taken steps to correct the issue. Page Six reported in that she was sexually harassed with explicit comments about her body by one lieutenant and was allegedly punished when she spoke up by being put on cleanup duty.