Posted on September 22, 2020     |     Sexual Harassment
How to Document Sexual Harassment
Despite strict sexual harassment laws and statistics confirming the prevalence of this crime in workplaces in California, it can still be difficult to win your case and achieve justice as a survivor. It is essential to document sexual harassment. During your case, the defense will try to allege that you did not properly report or… read moreread more
Posted on April 27, 2020     |     Sexual Harassment
What Is the EEOC?
EEOC stands for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. It is the federal agency in charge of protecting employees in the US from harassment and discrimination based on a protected class such as race, religion, age, disability or gender. It interprets and enforces related federal laws such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for the… read moreread more
Posted on April 20, 2020     |     Sexual Harassment
How to Report Sexual Harassment
Every year, thousands of employees experience sexual harassment at work. Fears such as retaliation, job termination, physical assaults or simply of not being believed prevent many of these employees from coming forward. It is extremely important to report sexual harassment right away as a victim in California for your safety and that of others. Immediate… read moreread more
Posted on April 13, 2020     |     Sexual Harassment
Can You Sue for Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment is a pervasive problem in California. Despite having laws in place to protect workers, hundreds of victims experience sexual harassment at work on a daily basis. Many of these employees believe what they hear from their employers or others: that they cannot do anything about a hostile work environment and must tolerate it… read moreread more
Posted on April 6, 2020     |     Sexual Harassment
What Is Quid Pro Quo Harassment?
The definition of sexual harassment is broad. Workplace sexual harassment can take many forms, from unwanted sexual touching to name-calling. Sexual harassment can involve threats, intimidation or blackmail. Sexual harassment can also refer to promises in exchange for sexual acts, such as a job promotion. If you believe you have experienced this type of sexual… read moreread more