Shelley Ross, the woman who has accused CNN’s Chris Cuomo of sexually harassing her in 2005 told Insider that society must take a new approach to stamp out sexual harassment in the workplace.

“Clearly, sexual harassment training in the workplace didn’t work in my case,” Shelley Ross told Insider.

Ross, Cuomo’s former boss at ABC, wrote in a New York Times op-ed published Friday that the popular CNN anchor groped her rear during a hug while they were both attending a going-away party for a colleague.

Ross said Cuomo emailed her an apology one hour later, and Cuomo confirmed to The Times that the incident occurred.

“I really think we have to find a way forward that doesn’t threaten men that they’re going to lose their jobs in 36 hours,” Ross said.

“Clearly, humiliating Matt Lauer wasn’t a deterrent for others,” she added, referring to the longtime NBC personality who was fired in 2018 amid a slew of sexual misconduct allegations.

Ross added that she’d seen comments on her Times op-ed suggesting that Cuomo groping her 16 years ago wasn’t such a big deal. But she said that response showed that many people don’t understand the scope of what women face in the workplace.

“I think we have to figure out a way to have external investigations, and have some sort of process where people just own the truth,” she said. “And I think if we saw the entire landscape of what women are navigating, I think that that could help affect change.”

Cuomo did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.