Communication May Help To Resolve Your Harassment Case

You Have Rights As A Worker. I Will Help Protect Them.
Denis ZilberbergOctober 3, 2015Sexual Harassment

Throughout California, all too many people endure unfair treatment at work. Some are not paid enough; others are forced to work excessive hours in terrible conditions, while still others suffer from discrimination and harassment at work. Whatever the case, it is a breach of your employee rights if you are being subjected to such conditions and you might be able to claim compensation or file a lawsuit against those responsible.

Sexual harassment is just one of the forms of mistreatment that you could experience at work, but it is also one that can be particularly taxing. You may feel upset and uncomfortable or even threatened by the situation. This in turn can affect your performance at work and could even put you at risk of losing your job.

In some cases, as this article on harassment mentions, you may be able to improve your situation by talking to the person harassing you. It might be the case that they do not realize they are making you uncomfortable. Of course, in some cases, you may not feel comfortable approaching the person. However, your employer or another superior may be able to help you resolve the situation. Furthermore, reporting the matter may help to strengthen your case if you need to take legal action.

Whatever you decide to do, you have the right to be treated fairly, so do not be afraid to stand up for that right. A sexual harassment attorney may be able to help you with this and advise you on how best to proceed with your claim. With this guide, you can pursue justice and compensation for your mistreatment and work toward improving the environment you work in by putting an end to the harassment you are suffering.


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