Hollister Employment Lawyer for Sexual Harassment

What is considered sexual harassment?

It is illegal for an employer or a fellow employee to sexually harass you and create a hostile work environment. Sexual harassment can also involve any unwanted sexually explicit visual, verbal, or physical advances. It can also include a desire for sex or requests for sex because of a person's gender.

Specific examples of behaviors which could indicate sexual harassment include:

  • Making or threatening reprisals after a negative response to sexual advances
  • Offering employment benefits for sexual acts
  • Physical conduct (including touching, assault or blocking movements)
  • Making derogatory jokes
  • Sexual commentaries about an individual's body
  • Propositioning sex

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Bill Marder is a Hollister employment attorney at Marder Employment Law who focuses exclusively on helping mistreated employees pursue justice. He works hard to resolve even the toughest employment cases that other attorneys often turn down. The moment you meet with Bill, he will file a suit within the first few days of your meeting.

When can I hold my employer liable?

If you are the victim of sexual harassment, you should report it to your supervisor or Human Resources Department. If this activity continues despite your complaints, you can take legal action and seek damages for your mistreatment. Victims of sexual harassment may be eligible to receive compensation for lost wages and emotional suffering. California law demands that an employer take all necessary steps to prevent harassment. If there is no policy or program in place to prevent harassment, a company may be held liable for failing to take steps to prevent harassment.

In California, businesses can be held liable for sexual harassment if:

  • The employee involved was a supervisor, manager, owner, or an executive of the company.
  • The company had actual knowledge of the harassment in cases where the employee was not a supervisor.
  • An employee reported the harassment to a supervisor and the activity happened again

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