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California Legislature Seeks to Strengthen Laws Against Workplace Sexual Harassment

Media attention given to sexual harassment allegations by women in the entertainment industry cast a spotlight on a problem that has been around for quite a long time. The “Me too” phrase that has become a viral sensation throughout social media was actually created in 2006 by a victim of sexual assault. The woman who […]

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Steps to Take If You Are a Victim of Workplace Sexual Harassment

The prevalence of stories in the media about sexual harassment in the workplace is an indication of the magnitude of the problem. An online survey concluded that 81 percent of women have been victimized through sexual harassment, and another survey focusing on workplace harassment revealed that one in five women have been subjected to harassing

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Sexual Harassment and Remote Work: New Challenges and Solutions

As remote work becomes increasingly popular in today’s digital landscape, new challenges are emerging. One of the major issues in virtual space is sexual harassment. While remote work offers many benefits, such as flexibility and convenience, it also presents unique challenges when it comes to addressing remote workplace harassment.  In this article, we will explore

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California law defines sexual harassment

How Does California Law Define Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment ranges from highly obvious to so subtle that you might think you’re imagining it. Nevertheless, all forms of sexual harassment can have devastating effects on victims’ lives.  If you don’t know whether your experience counts as sexual harassment or aren’t sure how you can act against the harasser, please consult a California sexual

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Sexual Harassment at the Gym

How to Stop Sexual Harassment at the Gym

Working out with a personal trainer may lead to sensitive, vulnerable situations for the instructor and the client. Sometimes, what should be a professional relationship turns into sexual harassment for the personal trainer. Whether you’re a client or a personal trainer, you should never tolerate inappropriate behavior. A sexual harassment attorney can explain your rights

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Sexual Misconduct

How to Recognize and Report Sexual Misconduct at Work

Various state and federal laws and workplace policies protect employees from sexual harassment. Nevertheless, sexual misconduct at work still happens. Rude jokes, inappropriate remarks, and solicitation of sexual favors can all be extremely distressing, especially if the perpetrator is in a senior position. If someone is sexually harassing you at work, report the harassment to

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What Are The Different Types Of Sexual Harassment?

There are various forms of sexual harassment, all illegal and grounds for a lawsuit. The first is physical contact, like inappropriate touching. The second is verbal sexual harassment, involving unwelcome comments in settings like the workplace or school where they’re inappropriate. The third type is environmental sexual harassment, creating a pervasive atmosphere of sexual harassment.

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What Does a Lawyer Look for During a Sexual Harassment Consultation?

State and federal laws protecting individuals against inappropriate, gender-related conduct at their places of employment cannot be effective unless the victim is willing to report it. If you are subjected to sexual harassment at your workplace, you might be unsure of the legal rights and remedies available to you. A consultation with an attorney experienced

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Men Who Are Victims of Sexual Harassment Have Rights, but Not Enough of Them Come Forward

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reports it received 6,696 complaints last year of sexual harassment in the workplace, which should not be surprising given the public outcry and media attention in recent years to politicians, corporate executives, entertainment moguls and others accused of misconduct. More women have come forward thanks in large measure to

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