In responding to the Washington Post article, owner Daniel Snyder swings and misses
In what should have been a lay-up for Washington football’s owner Daniel Snyder turned into such a hard swing and miss, he spun himself into the ground.
Mr. Snyder’s statement shows that he is in damage control and working to distance himself from the allegations of sexual harassment against three former top level employees that were fired and forced out this past week.
Here's the official statement from Dan Snyder about the WaPo report from yesterday pic.twitter.com/yBrUKTROdE
— Alan Lepore (@AlanLepore) July 17, 2020
Something important missing while Mr. Snyder makes the commitment to build up and invest in the human resources department. It’s a basic apology to the women who were sexually harassed. No more, “it’s good enough” from the franchise and shrugging our shoulders. If they want to do this right, they have to act like they want to get it right. And that starts by acknowledging that with an apology to everyone that dealt with working in a hostile work environment.