Both women and men can be victims of a wide range of sexual harassment in the workplace or in their personal lives. It’s one of the most prevalent problems faced by individuals in our society today, and it can take a significant emotional toll on the victim.
These issues affect every demographic and every community, including heterosexual, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. While some groups face a higher risk of sexual harassment, it can affect anyone.
At Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., our team of sexual harassment attorneys fights to hold people responsible when they overstep boundaries in the workplace or in life. Sexual harassment cases may include:
We have extensive experience with New York employment and labor laws, as well as federal gender discrimination laws under Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you are a victim of unwanted sexual advances or any form of sexual harassment, contact us today to speak to an experienced sexual harassment attorney.
At Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., we understand the courage it takes to report and stand up against your harasser. When you entrust us with your case, we will serve as staunch advocates and unwavering support during your entire battle for justice. We will aggressively fight to hold the perpetrator accountable and ensure you receive the redress and closure you so desperately deserve.
Having represented many New Yorkers who are victims of sexual harassment, we understand the unique issues associated with these types of cases, and that every clients’ needs are different. In addition to pursuing justice on your behalf, we will connect you with appropriate counselors, advocates and support systems, and even prepare you for an upcoming criminal trial.
Immediately let the person harassing you that their actions/statements are unwanted. Next, report the incident to your supervisor or manager. If there are witnesses, have them provide written statements of what they witnessed. Document the incidents if there is more than one incident. Keep reporting the incidents to your management.
If the employer or owner does not take effective immediate remedial action against the offender, report the problem to either the state or federal labor commissions.
This is called sexual harassment or hostile work environment. There are state and federal laws prohibiting this behavior. Statements suggesting sexual encounters or physical touching with the intent to arouse either person can be sexual harassment.
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