Congress as Employer
Erika Lovely talked about safety issues at the U.S. Capitol, and efforts to give congressional employees workplace protections similar to… read more
Erika Lovely talked about safety issues at the U.S. Capitol, and efforts to give congressional employees workplace protections similar to those provided to private sector and federal employees. A report from the Office of Compliance outlines thousands of safety hazards on the Capitol campus, some of them potentially life-threatening, and payouts of about $1 million per year in settlements to employees over workplace disputes with their employers, including sexual harassment. Ms. Lovely also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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