Push For Anti-harassment Training On Capitol Hill Gains Momentum
Push for anti-harassment training on Capitol Hill gains momentum
A push to make anti-sexual-harassment training mandatory on Capitol Hill gathered momentum this week after Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) urged colleagues to apply the policy to all employees of the upper chamber.“I am convinced that sexual harassment training is vitally important to maintaining a respectful and productive working environment in Congress,” Grassley wrote to the leaders of the Senate Rules Committee in a letter Tuesday.
“Therefore, I respectfully request that the Committee on Rules and Administration consider the immediate implementation of a policy requiring all new Senate employees . . . as well as all current employees who …