Failure to report sexual harrassment
Sexual Harassment Policy - US Department of State
The Court did note, however, that an effective sexual harassment policy should at least (1) require supervisors to report incidents of sexual harassment, (2) permit both informal and formal complaints of harassment to be made, (3) provide amechanismfor bypassing a harassing supervisor when making a complaint, and (4) provide for training regarding
Failure to Train: A costly mistake in sexual harassment cases
Last month, Fox News agreed to pay Gretchen Carlson 20 million to settle her sexual harassment lawsuit against Roger Ailes, the networks former Chairman and CEO, who resigned in the summer. In
The Handling of Sexual Harassment and
86 See Faragher, 118 S. Ct. at 2292 (defense established if plaintiff unreasonably failed to avail herself of a proven, effective mechanism for reporting and resolving complaints of sexual harassment, available to the employee without undue risk or expense).