The Me Too movement has women in different careers talking about sexual harassment and assault. The national discussion did not leave out the military, unmasking more actions needed to be taken by DoD to cope.
When it comes to sexual harassment at the office, are things better or worse than when you joined the federal government?
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tackles the #MeToo movement that has taken over all industries, including the federal government.
The “Me Too” movement has sparked women and men throughout the economy to think and talk more openly about sexual harassment and discrimination.
A new president kept the federal workforce on its toes this year. Bureauchat hosts Meredith Somers and Nicole Ogrysko discuss the most important stories they covered in 2017.
Now that Capitol Hill has passed new rules and laws banning this sort of behavior, federal contractors could be next.
Why would TSA bring extra problems on itself by suppressing information and appearing to protect people whose practices dishonor the people trying to do a good job?
In today’s Federal Newscast, a resolution is approved in the House requiring the training happen within 180 days after this Congress’ second session begins.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the House Democratic leader said she hopes Congress will move quickly to pass legislation requiring lawmakers and their staff to complete training to prevent sexual harassment.
The National Park Service introduced a number of steps to combat personnel issues, such as establishing an ombuds office, conducting a comprehensive survey, and launching new personnel training.
When we think of sexual harassment at the office it’s usually a male boss or coworker bothering a female subordinate. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders if that dynamic is changing.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey points to one agency that’s trying to shrug off its image as a haven of sexual harassment.