Sexual harassment cases often involve more than just unwanted advances or distasteful comments about one's physical features or clothing. Victims of harassment can be denied promotions or raises simply for refusing to accept the harassment. Even worse, victims may be pressured into withdrawing complaints or staying quiet, threatened with the loss of their job if they say anything.
If you’re being sexually harassed at work, you don’t need to suffer in silence—or worry that you’ll face retaliation if you come forward. Workplace sexual harassment is illegal and employers can be punished for their actions. Federal, state and local laws protect employees from unwelcome sexual advances, unwanted sexual demands and propositions, and working in a sexually hostile work environment. Contact our Glendale employment harassment lawyer at Boyamian Law to learn more about your legal options.
Call (818) 423-4455 to schedule an appointment.
California law prohibits workplace harassment based on protected characteristics, such as race and gender. If your supervisor or coworker makes inappropriate sexual or racial comments to you, or your employer refusing to address a hostile work environment, you may be entitled to damages. Speak with an employment law lawyer from our firm to see what your options are.
Sexual harassment doesn't just happen in the workplace; it can also occur during the hiring process.
Attorney Michael Boyamian is a seasoned litigator practicing labor and employment exclusively for the last 10 years. He has focused on representing individuals in all areas of employment and labor law, including employment discrimination and sexual harassment. If you had to quit your job because of sexual harassment, we might be able to prove a constructive discharge claim on your behalf.
Depending on your particular case, our Glendale employment law attorney can work with the employer to resolve the issue, obtain injunctive relief to put an immediate halt to the offensive behavior and avoid retaliation, or negotiate an acceptable departure from your job. We can even help you take your case to state or federal court to recover damages for you.
There's no reason to put up with sexual harassment in the workplace. If you believe that you're experiencing harassment at your job, contact an employment harassment attorney at (818) 423-4455 to schedule an initial consultation.