Two new payments would make it unlawful for public officers to disregard reviews of sexual harassment dedicated by their employees members.
New York Metropolis Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal and Councilman Ritchie Torres are every anticipated to introduce laws on Monday to make metropolis officers, corresponding to their colleagues, mandated reporters of sexual harassment.
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The payments would come after Bronx Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr. acknowledged he wouldn’t report misconduct by his workers, saying, “I’m not gonna rat my individuals out!” throughout a sexual harassment coaching session the Metropolis Council held, because the New York Every day Information reported.
Diaz, who’s a Pentecostal minister, apologized for the comment, and stated there was a “coordinated marketing campaign” to get him off the Council.
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Rosenthal’s laws would require metropolis officers to report any complaints of sexual harassment to his or her company’s Equal Employment workplace. Torres’ invoice would require public officers corresponding to Council members to report sexual advances and improper touching to the Division of Investigation.
Metropolis regulation already requires different managers to report sexual harassment, however Council members usually are not coated by this.
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Fox Information reached out to Rosenthal and Torres’ workplaces inquiring what sorts of penalties violators might face, however they didn’t instantly reply.
In 2018, there have been 10 incidents of sexual harassment reported by metropolis employees. Of these, six of them had been from Metropolis Council workers.