Survery finds sexual harassment widespread in DOI agencies
Working in the wide open spaces managed by the Interior Department, whether your job is in a national park, riding the range managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, or counting ducks in a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service refuge, places you at higher odds than most other Interior employees of being harassed in one form or another.
Overall, if you work in the Interior Department, the odds that you'll be a victim of harassment are better than one in three, according to results of a survey given to department employees this year and released Thursday. It's a sordid portrait of the agency that employs some 70,000 workers, one that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has vowed to reverse.