Sexual Harassment – Sexual Assaults, Inappropriate Employment Behavior
Human beings deserve to be treated by their employer on the basis of their worth as an employee. Too often, though, employers decide that the power they have over a human as an employee also stretches into engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior.
As an employee, you don’t have to be a part of that.
When a supervisor uses his or her power as a supervisor to demean or make unwanted romantic advances on an employee, that supervisor has committed sexual harassment. When that line is crossed, the employee has certain legal rights.
If you’ve been a victim of sexual harassment, you need to talk to a lawyer who can help you address that harassment. You need Dan Slater.
Dan can help you figure out how to best stop the harassment that continues, and how to best address past instances of harassment. He can help you work your way through the confusing labyrinth of discrimination laws and Federal courts to fight for your rights.
If you’ve experienced sexual harassment at work, call Dan today at 719-269-3315 or send an e-mail with the details of your situation.