The stream of sexual harassment cases across the country has not escaped the attention of Jersey businesses.
As NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka explains to 101.5 News Radio, people in offices across the Garden State are talking about sexual misconduct like never before. And that means New Jersey businesses are taking steps to head off any potential problems.
“I do believe some think you can legislate this issue, and you can’t legislate human behavior,” Siekerka said. “What you can demand and require of New Jersey businesses is that they have policies in place and that they follow those policies.”
She said training should be for everybody, not just lower-level employees.