Some California state workers are disciplined or fired for sexually harassing colleagues, but other accused harassers remain employed – receiving raises and promotions as they move through departments in the state bureaucracy.
Some California state workers are disciplined or fired for sexually harassing colleagues, but other accused harassers remain employed – receiving raises and promotions as they move through departments in the state bureaucracy. Bee photo illustration
Some California state workers are disciplined or fired for sexually harassing colleagues, but other accused harassers remain employed – receiving raises and promotions as they move through departments in the state bureaucracy. Bee photo illustration

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April 19, 2018 12:03 AM