Harassment, Discrimination Settlements in New York State Agencies

New York spent more than $11 million over the past decade settling claims by workers — almost all of them women — who say they were sexually harassed, assaulted or otherwise discriminated against by state employees, according to documents released by the state Attorney General's Office.

This database shows payments since 2008 from New York state to settle "gender discrimination, discrimination based on sexual orientation, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and/or sexual assault" at state agencies, the court system, the state Legislature, SUNY or CUNY institutions.

Source: Attorney General's Office
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