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Dec 19, 2017

Additional Statistics on Harassment in the Congressional Workplace

As part of the Committee's extensive review, Chairman Harper received additional information on the statistics of settlements and awards from the Office of Compliance

Dec 7, 2017

Examining Reforms to the Congressional Accountability Act

Chairman Harper held a hearing as part of the Committee’s review of harassment and discrimination in the congressional workplace

Dec 1, 2017

Updated Data on Harassment in the Congressional Workplace

As part of the Committee's extensive review, Chairman Harper requested additional information on the statistics of settlements and awards from the Office of Compliance

Nov 24, 2017

House to Consider Resolution Mandating Anti-Harassment, Anti-Discrimination Training Requirements

Committee on House Administration to hold next hearing examining Congressional Accountability Act on December 7

Nov 14, 2017

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Congressional Workplace

Chairman Harper said: Today’s hearing was the very first step in our extensive review of the resources available to assist our Members and staff in regard to sexual harassment awareness and reporting. This is not a partisan issue. We are committed to creating a secure and safe workplace for our Members, their staff, and everyone employed by Congress.

Nov 3, 2017

Committee on House Administration to Hold Hearing Reviewing House’s Sexual Harassment Awareness Training

Chairman Harper announced his intention to hold a hearing as part of the Committee’s review of the U.S. House of Representatives’ existing training, policies, and mechanisms in place to guard against and report sexual harassment.

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