Los Angeles Attorney Discusses EEOC Sexual Harassment Report
In the Daily Journal article titled “EEOC increased harassment charges, recoveries last year,” Los Angeles Partner Cheryl L. Schreck discusses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s sexual harassment report. The report details significant increases in harassment charges by the EEOC in the past fiscal year, likely driven in part by the #MeToo movement. Cheryl says the “EEOC has made this kind of a super-priority.”
Cheryl goes on to discuss training requirements for employers. She says it is a good idea to provide training to all employees, not just supervisors, and make harassment policies available in all languages spoken in the workplace.