Sexual harassment in the workplace creates a hostile work environment. It often interferes with work performance, and it can lead to missed career opportunities and job loss. Far too many workers deal with sexual harassment by just quitting their jobs, thinking that nothing can be done.
When you are sexually harassed by your supervisor, employer or co-worker, you should consult an experienced employment law attorney immediately. You have rights that deserve to be protected, and you can pursue a damage compensation claim with the help of an attorney.
In many sexual harassment cases, employers can be held strictly liable when appropriate steps were not taken to stop harassment or when a supervisor was the perpetrator of harassment.
Call Winer, Burritt & Tillis LLP, at (510) 433-1000 for a free consultation.
Filing A Sexual Harassment Claim
If you have been sexually harassed, you should seek the help of a lawyer who is experienced in litigating sexual harassment cases. If you speak with a lawyer and conclude that filing a claim with either the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) or the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), you can request that the agency investigate and take action or to obtain a right-to-sue letter. This decision is best made with the advice of a lawyer.
Your lawyer will walk you through the legal process and ensure that your rights are protected throughout.
At Winer, Burritt & Tillis LLP, we represent grocery workers throughout California. Our harassment attorneys are top-rated, and we are recognized nationally for our leadership in the field. We only represent plaintiffs, including cashiers, grocery stockers, supervisors, store managers, deli workers, bakery workers and all others.
Contact Us For A Free Case Evaluation
We handle all types of harassment cases, and we will help you understand your rights and legal options completely. Email or call us at (510) 433-1000. We pursue all cases on a contingency fee basis.
**We do not represent perpetrators of sexual harassment or those who are accused of sexually harassing behavior.