Emboldened by a wave of sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood stars, television personalities and political figures, a growing number of Americans are opening up about their own experiences with sexual harassment.
The Rutgers University-New Brunswick School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) recently announced two new professional workshops designed help employers prevent and properly investigate claims of sexual harassment in the workplace.
James M. Cooney, Esq., a SMLR assistant teaching professor who has represented plaintiffs in sexual harassment cases, will lead one of the workshops. Rutgers Today asked Cooney about the legal options available to victims.
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Source: Rutgers Today