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If the employer is not holding up their promise, then they are in breach of the settlement agreement.
If they are in breach of the agreement, you could sue them for breach of contract as well as the harassment under title IX.
You would need to give the employer notice, informing them of dates and times (if you recall) that they failed to honor their agreement.
Tell them that as they have not upheld their agreement, you will not sign the document stating that you are satisfied with their resolution.
if they do not take more action to resolve the issue, then your next step is a complaint to the EEOC, www.eeoc.gov.
The EEOC must give you a right to sue letter to proceed to court as part of the federal requirement that you exhaust all of your administrative remedies before going to court.
In general, verbal promises are generally not enforceable.
You need to start documenting the issues and sending the employer notice in writing.
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