Hearst Series Looks At Workplace Sexual Harassment In Connecticut
High-profile cases of sexual harassment in the workplace have made headlines in recent years, from Hollywood to Capitol Hill.
A new series from Hearst Connecticut Media finds workplace sexual harassment and abuse is pervasive across Connecticut. This hour, we talk with one of the reporters behind the series.
We also hear about the state’s Time’s Up Act, a new law against workplace discrimination that went into effect October 1, 2019.
And later, Connecticut Public Radio health reporter Nicole Leonard joins us with the latest on measles in our state. A fourth case has been confirmed, this time in a school-aged child.
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- Kaitlyn Krasselt - Political reporter for Hearst Connecticut Media; along with Emilie Munson, author of series on workplace sexual harassment in Connecticut (@kaitlynkrasselt)
- Tanya Hughes - Executive Director of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO)
- Nicole Leonard - Health reporter for Connecticut Public Radio (@ACPressNLeonard)
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.