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    Like all forms of harassment, sexual harassment should never be tolerated in the workplace. In addition to creating a hostile work environment, sexual harassment has far-reaching consequences including emotional trauma, lost opportunities, and more. However, several state and federal laws exist to protect employees from this type of harassment. Your rights deserve to be protected, and our experienced attorneys can help.

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    If you or someone you know has suffered as a result of sexual harassment, turn to Manukyan Law Firm. Our sexual harassment lawyer in Glendale has extensive experience handling all kinds of harassment and discrimination cases. We are prepared to put our knowledge and skill to work for you.

    To discuss your legal options, schedule an appointment with our law firm in Glendale, CA today. Reach out to to get started on your sexual harassment case.

    What is Considered Sexual Harassment at Work?

    Sexual harassment is prohibited under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. There are two different types of workplace sexual harassment: quid pro quo, and hostile work environment.

    Quid pro quo sexual harassment is enacted by someone in a position of authority over the victim. An employer will imply worker’s employment or benefits are contingent upon the fulfillment of sexual requests. Promotions may be withheld or jobs threatened if the employee does not accept the sexual advances of their supervisor.

    A¬†hostile work environment¬†is created when an employee exhibits unwelcome sexual behavior. This includes words and actions that create an abusive atmosphere. This environment must be severe, persistent, and pervasive enough to affect an employee’s ability to work.

    Other examples of sexual harassment include:

    • Crude language
    • Lewd gestures
    • Offensive jokes
    • Unwanted sexual advances
    • Unwelcome sexual touching
    • Sexual assault
    • Sexual violence
    • Threats of sexual assault and violence
    • Offensive and explicit images or videos

    Employers have a duty to take action when they are made aware of workplace harassment. You may have grounds to file a complaint if you reported harassment to your employer and they failed to respond.

    Dealing with Sexual Harassment at Work

    If you are facing workplace harassment, it is important to take action. When possible, you will want to make it clear to the harassing person that their behavior is wrong. You will also want to bring your concerns to a supervisor, manager, or other appropriate party.

    You can also file with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or similar agency. After performing an investigation, the agency you file with will issue a remedy and a Right to Sue. If you are not satisfied with their response, you can proceed with a lawsuit.

    With a successful sexual harassment lawsuit, you can recover compensation for damages suffered. These damages depend on the harm you’ve suffered as a result of the harassment.

    Damages you can recover in a sexual harassment case include:

    • Back pay for¬†wrongful termination, denial or a raise, and other factors resulting from the harassment
    • Reinstatement to your job if you were fired or forced to quit
    • Front pay to compensate for¬†lost wages¬†if reinstatement is not possible or practical
    • Pain and suffering for emotional harm caused by the harassment
    • Punitive damages to punish your employer for failing to stop the harassment, in egregious cases

    It can be overwhelming to work towards a sexual harassment case, but you do not have to do it alone. Our lawyers for sexual harassment can help simplify this entire process. We can help you collect necessary information and file with the correct organizations to build a strong case.

    A Fierce Advocate for Your Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

    Even if you are not the direct victim of a hostile or offensive work environment, you can still sue for harassment. Workplace harassment and discrimination affects everyone and results in a hostile work environment.

    If you fear potential backlash, we also have experience protecting client rights in retaliation and whistleblower cases. We believe everyone deserves to feel comfortable in their place of employment, and we fight tirelessly on behalf of our clients.

    We know that it can be emotionally difficult to file lawsuit for sexual harassment against your employer. We treat every client with compassion and care. When you work with us, your best interest is our priority.

    If you are dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace, you are not alone. Manukyan Law Firm can help. Call (818) 559-4444.

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