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WHAT IS SEXUAL HARASSMENT? HAS THIS HAPPENED TO YOU? DO YOU NEED AN ATTORNEY?

Have you been sexually harassed in your workplace? Did you know that you may be entitled to recover substantial monetary damages because of the wrongful sexual conduct of a supervisor or other persons in your organization?

Sexual harassment is any kind of sexual behavior that is unwelcome in the workplace. Sexual harassment can include verbal abuse, sexually explicit jokes, sexually explicit gestures, sexually explicit e-mails, unwanted touching and requests for sexual favors.

Although the most typical sexual harassment is directed towards a woman by a male, we have represented many clients who were the same sex as their harasser and males who were sexually harassed by females.

How can I prove that the sexual conduct was unwelcome

You may show that the conduct was unwelcome, for example, by showing:
a. You complained to the company about the harassment
b. It caused you emotional distress
c. It affected your work performance
d. You told the harasser to stop
e. 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 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:
a. You complained to the company about the harassment
b. It caused you emotional distress
c. It affected your work performance
d. You told the harasser to stop
e. 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 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.

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