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Office of Compliance director defends handling of sexual harassment complaints
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Executive Director of the Office of Compliance Susan Grundmann defended her office on Dec. 7, amid criticism for its handling of sexual harassment complaints, and said she welcomes improvement on the process from lawmakers.
Executive Director of the Office of Compliance Susan Grundmann defended her office on Dec. 7, amid criticism for its handling of sexual harassment complaints, and said she welcomes improvement on the process from lawmakers.
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