Workers in all industries experience sexual harassment. It happens at offices, schools, factories and job-related functions. Whether you have experienced sexual harassment at work or at a work event outside of the office, you should seek advice from an employment lawyer immediately. Sexual harassment can create a hostile work environment between co-workers, managers and employees, and employers and employees. You could even be harassed by vendors, clients, board members or business partners.
If you feel you have been sexually harassed, you should speak with a proven sexual harassment attorney in California. As a tech industry worker, we understand that you face specific challenges, but you have the same employment rights as workers in any other industry. If you have been harassed at work, or if a hostile work environment has been created for any reason, you can get a free case evaluation with an experienced tech industry sexual harassment attorney at Winer, Burritt & Tillis LLP.
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Our attorneys have decades of experience protecting workers’ rights, and we offer free initial consultations.
Should I File A Sexual Harassment Claim?
We help people understand their rights under California and federal laws. The process to file a claim is relatively straightforward, but filing it properly for the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to take action should be done with the assistance of an employment law attorney who can help you effectively make a claim.
We can help you build a strong case, pursue damage compensation and ensure that your rights are protected. There are many types of sexual harassment, and each requires a different strategy to capture your best interests and obtain the compensation that you deserve.
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**We do not represent perpetrators of sexual harassment or those who are accused of sexually harassing behavior.