N.H. House Makes Anti-Harassment Training Mandatory
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Anti-harassment training has been offered at the State House for years — but it hasn’t always been well-attended.
Last January — as the nation was embroiled in a national reckoning on workplace harassment and the Legislature was reckoning with concerns about what some described as a toxic workplace culture in Concord — that anti-harassment training drew only about 10 percent attendance. And some lawmakers refused to sign paperwork acknowledging they had read the State House’s anti-harassment policies in the first place.