Do you believe you are a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace? If so, you may be entitled to recover a substantial amount in monetary damages due to the illegal sexual conduct of a supervisor or any other person(s) in your workplace.
According to California state labor laws, sexual harassment can be any kind of sexual behavior that is unwelcome in the workplace. Sexual harassment can include verbal insinuations of sex, sexually explicit images in your viewing, sexually explicit body gestures, sexually explicit e-mails, and especially unwanted touching.
We handle all types of sexual harassment cases regardless of gender or orientation. If you feel harassed in any way, we can help you out of your current situation with one free call.
What is needed to prove I am a victim of Sexual harassment?
Here are some examples that would lead to assuring you are rightfully protected in the court of law.
a. You have complained to the companies human resources about the harassment.
b. It caused you serious emotional distress.
c. It has affected your output of work due to the harassment.
d. You have clearly requested that the harasser stop.
e. You have witnesses to the harassment that took place.
Other forms of harassment to an employee is subjected to unfair treatment and comments based on gender, sexual orientation, race, national origin, disability or age.
Harassment can come from the owner, supervisor, manager, lead person, foreperson, co-worker and/or customer.
Employees are protected under both California and Federal laws against workplace harassment.
How can I prove that the sexual conduct was unwelcome
- You may show that the conduct was unwelcome, for example, by showing:
- You complained to the company about the harassment
- It caused you emotional distress
- It affected your work performance
- You told the harasser to stop
- You complained to friends and family about the harassment
Harassment may also be illegal if an employee is subjected to unfair treatment and comments based on gender, sexual orientation, race, national origin, disability or age.
Harassment would be considered by anyone involved in your work. From the owner, supervisor, manager, lead person, co-worker and even a customer. Unless the company quickly rectifies the issue with proper services for you, you may need an attorney to help protect you in a court of law.
Let us explain your Employment Law Rights. Employees are protected under both California and Federal laws against workplace harassment.
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