In this era of the "Me Too" movement, when once-beloved television and film icons are suffering the consequences of their patterns of sexual harassment, victims of such harassment are feeling more empowered and less fear about coming forward with their claims. However, there is still much work to be done. The public outcry against sexual harassment in general does not necessarily mean an employee feels comfortable about reporting incidences of harassment at their place of work.
The good news is, you have rights. The law protects you from both harassment and from retaliation for reporting harassment at your workplace. Therefore, you can feel safe that you can report workplace sexual harassment, put an end to it, and keep your job.
An experienced employment attorney can help evaluate your case. If harassment is evidence, a seasoned lawyer can help you navigate the process of filing a complaint and seeking recourse. It may not always be comfortable, but your attorney will be there to help and guide you.
If you have been sexually harassed or feel as if your place of work has become a hostile environment, you are not without recourse. The attorneys of Grady and Associates specialize in fighting for the rights of employees, regardless of whether they work in the public or private sector. You have the right to be comfortable and not to be harassed at your workplace. We can help make sure that the harassment stops, and you are compensated for your suffering. Visit our website to see how we have helped other sexual harassment victims and to learn how we can help you.