General Motors is committed to creating a sexual “harassment-free” workplace, CEO Mary Barra said Monday.
“It’s unacceptable to not have a policy (against sexual harassment),” she said. Her year-end interview and press conference at an Automotive Press Association reception came less than a week after Time magazine named the “Silence Breakers” — women who have spoken up about sexual harassment — to be 2017’s person of the year.
“We encourage our employees that if something is happening, that they raise it. There will be no retaliation,” said Barra, who is the first woman to lead a major auto company
On other topics, Barra said during the event at the Gem Theater in...