New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy released proposals this week that would mandate sexual harassment training for all businesses throughout the Garden State. Couched in the context of strengthening New Jersey anti-harassment laws, the proposal would have the state develop model policies and a training curriculum that private employers would implement to help prevent harassment and discrimination in the workplace. In addition, Murphy’s bills would require private employers to complete and file public reports – for the first time – to help policymakers (read: bureaucrats) better understand the prevalence of harassment in the workplace. The Governor is also looking to extend timeframes related to alleged sexual harassment – up to one year to file a complaint with the state Division of Civil Rights and up to three years to file a civil lawsuit under New Jersey’s anti-discrimination laws.