"Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act of 2018" Employer Disclosure Survey

​Chapters 738 & 739 of the 2018 Acts of the Maryland General Assembly require each employer in the State of Maryland with 50 or more employees to electronically submit to the Commission on Civil Rights answers to a short survey on:

(1) the number of settlements made by or on behalf of the employer after an allegation of sexual harassment by an employee;

(2) the number of times the employer has paid a settlement to resolve a sexual harassment allegation against the same employee over the past 10 years of employment*; and

(3) the number of settlements made after an allegation of sexual harassment that included a provision requiring both parties to keep the terms of the settlement confidential.

*If an answer is provided to Question 2, you will have to answer the following question as well: "Whether the employer took personnel action against an employee who was the subject of a settlement."

The survey for the reporting period through July 1, 2023, is now live. Any responses submitted for the October 1, 2018, to July 1, 2022, reporting period will not be used for this reporting period ending July 1, 2023.

Please note that your responses will not be final until you e-sign and submit your responses at the end of the survey. This survey is only 5 short pages long - you can view your progress in the top right corner of this browser window. Unfortunately, if you close the tab/browser, or if the browser crashes, then you will need to start over.

Once completed, all survey responses are final. If you have any questions, please send an email to mccr@maryland.gov​.

Total Number of Responses to the July 1, 2020, Survey: 570
Total Number of Responses to the July 1, 2022, Survey To-Date: 310

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