The offices of the judiciary courts in New Jersey run just like any other business would. This means that anything that happens at other companies, including sexual harassment, can happen there. Case in point: a recent lawsuit alleges workplace sexual harassment by two former judiciary employees from Monmouth County.
The two workers, both female, claim that their former supervisor, a female court administrator, created a toxic atmosphere that made it impossible for them to stay. According to their reports, their workdays were filled with their boss talking about sexually explicit topics and sending emails with links to pornographic sites. She also allegedly spoke freely about subject matter inappropriate for public conversations, including feminine hygiene.