Texas has taken aim at sexual harassment in the workplace. In a bold move by the Texas legislature, a new sexual harassment law, effective Sept. 1, 2021, expands the definition of sexual harassment, heightens the standard of an employer’s response to complaints and places responsibility on individuals, rather than just companies, for failing to address sexual harassment.

Why is the new harassment law significant?

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