Wrongful Termination And Sexual Harassment?

So you are victim of wrongful termination and Sexual Harassment? Looking for lawyer help? Look below we helped following cases may be we can also connect you to a lawyer. I was told in January 2012 that per the new attendance policy posted in the breakroom, I had received my 4th point for being absent, only Read the full article…

Sexual harassment law

Sexual harassment is defined as any unwelcome sexual advance or conduct (usually on the job) that cultivates an intimidating, hostile, and/or offensive environment.  There are both federal laws and state laws that protect employees from sexual harassment in the workplace.  Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits harassment on the federal level and most Read the full article…

What Constitutes Workplace Harassment?

Harassment can be against a woman or a man and the victim is not always of the opposite sex. It can also be considered harassment if the person is not the intended victim but is affected in any way by the offensive conduct. The conduct must be unwelcome to be considered harassment. The unwelcome conduct Read the full article…