A federal investigation found “severe and pervasive” sexual harassment of female employees at while the company was run by a man nominated by President  to head a federal agency.

Multiple complaints from sexually harassed women were ignored, and the employees feared retaliation when they reported misconduct to their bosses, according to the . Many of the women reported resigning under pressure. Harassment included unwanted groping and kissing, the investigation found.

A redacted copy of the January report following Trump’s controversial nomination of former AccuWeather CEO Barry Myers to head the . Myers was CEO during the “pervasive” harassment but he stepped down early this year and in preparation for taking over NOAA.

AccuWeather, which is still owned by Myers’

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