If you feel that you have been the victim sexual harassment, you should contact a sexual harassment lawyer immediately to understand your legal rights because you have a very limited time to take action. Any delay may cause you to lose your … Continue reading
The following examples do not foretell any particular result in your case and are presented for their illustrative value only. If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination, you should contact an sexual harassment lawyer immediately to understand your … Continue reading
Employers may be responsible for the sexual harassment of a non-employee if the employer or supervisor knew or should have known of the harassment, failed to take immediate and appropriate action, and had some degree of control over the non-employee.
The victim of sexual harassment does not have to be the person at whom the unwelcome conduct is directed. The victim may be someone who is affected by bad conduct when it is merely directed at another person. The victim … Continue reading
An employee should notify an employer whenever they reasonably believe themselves to be the victim of harassment. If the conduct is severe, it may be enough that it occurred only once. If the conduct is less severe, but occurred over … Continue reading
A hostile work environment occurs when unwelcome conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance, creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment.
Notify your employer immediately. If you employer has a sexual harassment policy in place, follow it and expect your employer to follow it. If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination, you should contact an sexual harassment … Continue reading
Sexual harassment can take many forms, including but not limited to supervisor harassment, co-employee harassment, and even harassment by non-employees.
Yes, both men and women can be victims of sexual harassment. Anyone being sexually harassed, regardless of gender, should know that the law protects them and should feel encouraged to take appropriate action.
Simply put, sexual harassment is any unwelcome verbal or physical conduct directed at a victim on the basis of gender.