Workplace / Sexual Harrasment

Are You a Victim of Bullying or Sexual Harassment on the Job?

Working in a dysfunctional workplace doesn’t just affect your psychological health. The stress that results from harassment can damage your physical health as well. If you have a bully for a boss or a handsy co-worker and you can’t get relief from your employer, you need to consult one of our experienced employment attorneys. With a long record of success in pursuing justice for victims of workplace harassment, our team has the skills and legal knowledge to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. Don’t put up with harassment a moment longer. Contact our office today.

What Constitutes Workplace Harassment?

Certainly, bullying or sexual advances by your employer or a management-level employee constitute workplace harassment. However, so can sexual advances or bullying by lower-level employees if your employer allows the conduct to continue or, worse, promotes people who commit such acts. If you dread going to work every day because of unchecked harassment, you need someone in your corner. Our employment attorneys have a broad range of experience in successfully negotiating and litigating workplace harassment claims. We can help. Get in touch with one of our compassionate attorneys today.
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What Should I Do to Document Harassment?

The more evidence you provide, the more likely your hostile workplace claim will be to succeed. Document the time and date that the harassment occurred, along with the actions the harasser took and the words they used during the incident. Ensure that you make it clear to the offender that you do not welcome their actions or words and report them to your employer. Document the time and date that you reported the conduct. If there were witnesses to the incident, list them, too. Don’t wait to seek justice. Contact one of our employment attorneys today!