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Sexual Harassment

You Shouldn't Have To Suffer Sexual Harassment At Work

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious problem. Employers who participate in this sort of activity or turn a blind eye to the severity of these sorts of actions need to be held accountable. As an employee, state and federal laws protect you from harassment of any kind in the workplace. If you feel that your environment has become unsafe or unconducive to work due to sexual harassment, you need to get in touch with an attorney as soon as possible.

At Solmer Law Corp in Orange County, California, our experienced employment attorneys can provide you with the legal guidance and representation you need to fight back against sexual harassment at work. We are passionate about standing up for employees. We will take the time to understand the specifics of your case so that we can fight for a fair resolution. Our lawyers can evaluate your situation and determine what legal options may be available to you.

Types Of Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can vary largely from situation to situation. However, it usually takes one of two forms:

  • Harassment leading to a hostile environment: When another individual's actions are sexual in nature, severe and pervasive, it creates a hostile environment. It does not mean that sexual favors are being requested, but only that the conduct goes beyond workplace propriety and is of a sexual nature.
  • Quid pro quo harassment: When another individual specifically asks for sexual favors in return for some sort of benefit to the employee, such as a promotion or raise, the harassment is described as quid pro quo.

In order for a workplace to be considered a “hostile environment,” the employee must have repeatedly dealt with inappropriate actions or comments. In a “quid pro quo” situation, one occurrence would be sufficient in order for the action to be legally acknowledged as sexual harassment.

Speak With Our Skilled Attorneys About Your Rights

Time is of the essence when putting together a sexual harassment case. We want to be able to powerfully present your case and fight to hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions. Our firm is available by phone at 714-794-8558 or through our online contact form.

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