'posted' rather than 'posts', he hasn't logged on in nearly 5 years and only joined the year before that. Let's not make associations with characters like this when it's not really valid.
To an extent, yes - as an employer (Progress with it's 'they're not our responsibility when they aren't at a show' bollocks can piss off) they need to be open to listening to complaints and act accordingly. When it's more serious though such as an actual physical assault or rape - not to belittle harassment and bullying - we should have a society where women feel comfortable and confident that they can report the matter to the police without worrying about being made to feel like a liar and being shunned by people who side with the defendant. It shouldn't be on an employer to handle something like that directly as a first point of contact, that's a criminal matter.