[Los Angeles, CA] The attorneys general of California and New York have announced an investigation into the National Football League (NFL) over workplace harassment. The investigation was prompted by numerous complaints from women working in the league.
The attorneys general cited reports of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and other workplace misconduct within the NFL. The investigation will focus on the league’s policies and practices regarding these issues, as well as its response to complaints and allegations of harassment.
In a joint statement, the attorneys general emphasized the importance of creating a safe and inclusive workplace for all employees, regardless of gender. They also stressed the need for transparency and accountability in addressing workplace harassment and other forms of misconduct.
The NFL has faced scrutiny in recent years over its handling of workplace harassment allegations, including a high-profile case involving former Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson. The league has since implemented new policies and training programs aimed at preventing harassment and promoting a more inclusive workplace culture.
This investigation into the NFL workplace harassment is a reminder that office harassment is a serious issue that can have lasting impacts on individuals and organizations alike. It is essential for employers to take proactive steps to prevent these and address complaints when they arise.
If you or someone you know has experienced workplace harassment, it is important to seek legal support. Labor Law Advocates in California can provide guidance and representation to individuals who have been victimized by harassment or other forms of workplace misconduct. Call today for a free consultation.