You Don’t Have A Right To Know The Outcome Of Your Sexual Harassment Complaint

“Employers have to balance these pieces, but I think they have erred on the side of not communicating important information to the individual who came forward,” Sunu Chandy, legal director of the National Women’s Law Center, told BuzzFeed News. “But obviously employees talk,” she noted, and lack of communication could cause other harassment victims to ponder: “Why should I bring it up? My coworker brought it up and never heard back, so they don’t care.”