What is Sexual Harassment and how do you protect your rights?

Employment Law Information

Sexual harassment includes unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that interferes with a person’s work environment. Sexual harassment is any conduct or communication that is unwelcome by the person
toward which it is directed, that is of a sexual nature (such as advances, requests for sexual favors, body contact) that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's work by creating
an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work or academic environment. When you are in a work situation where a co-worker/supervisor acts inappropriate, you reject the conduct or ask them to stop, but the
conduct continues anyway or gets worse, you usually have the basis for a harassment claim. Many employers have Human Resources departments, which are there to help. But when you find that words
and HR complaints are not enough to stop the harassment, it is time to call a lawyer.

The Krolikowski Law Firm is here to help you with any sexual harassment issues you may face at work. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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