A former New Jersey Chamber of Commerce executive is suing the business advocacy and lobbying group, claiming it harbors a “culture of intoxication” that fosters lewd behavior toward female employees.
Carol Gabel, the chamber’s former vice president of business development, alleges she was sexually harassed on the job and endured retaliation and dismissal after complaining about it.
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