Even young professionals in more secure, already protected positions (paid internships/junior positions) often face harassment and intimidation at work, whether or not that behavior is publicly tolerated. This bill won't stop the behavior - no bill will. That's an inane argument that reeks of bystander behavior. Protections like these give younger, more vulnerable employees a leg to stand on when faced with the daunting task of REPORTING their more senior coworkers, and ensure that they are safe from threats, blackballing, and other forms of retaliation. If would-be harassers are discouraged in the process, all the better. Saying "Congress shouldn't waste time on this" because it doesn't apply directly to you or you feel relatively safe in your position is more an indication of privilege than priority.