Inspector General Joe Ferguson accused an electrical mechanic for the Department of Aviation of sexually harassing “at least two non-city employees.”
An Indiana legislative staffer became the third woman — and the first Republican — to publicly accuse state AG Hill of groping her at a March party.
A special prosecutor will help Indiana’s government watchdog investigate allegations that state AG Curtis Hill drunkenly groped four women.
Mitchell’s first step is designed to show the party will prioritize winning down-ballot races throughout the state.
Don’t hesitate reporting sexist remarks and sexual harassment in the workplace. It should serve as a means to educate, not humiliate, an expert says.
Burke knows the celebrity component of the Weinstein story has in some ways fed a perception that #MeToo has left some communities out.
An Indiana lawmaker at the center of groping allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill came forward to accuse him publicly of groping her.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and others called on Attorney General Curtis Hill to resign amid allegations he drunkenly groped four women at a bar.
Union activists and city officials gathered Sunday to ring in Chicago’s implementation of panic buttons for hotel employees.
The Rev. Steve Carter wrote, “I believe the women and applaud their courage,” referring to those who accused Bill Hybels of misconduct.
Passing the “Hands Off Pants On” ordinance sends a powerful, much-needed message to women in hospitality that we are being seen and heard.
A 40-year state employee, Timothy Mapes will be reimbursed for 91 vacation days and will get half-pay for 146 sick days for a payout of $130,516.
“What was supposed to be my big beautiful mansion, it became my prison,” she said, tearfully, in the clip.
Nearly 60 percent of hotel workers surveyed last fall by Unite Here Local 1 reported being sexually harassed by a guest.
The lawsuit alleges now-former faculty member John Phillips engaged in sexual misconduct with her and other students.