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Burbank Sexual Harassment Lawyer

Protecting Employee rights in Southern California

Sexual harassment is an issue that can affect men and women alike. No one should be made to deal with harassment as part of their workplace environment and California employment law provides workers with certain legal protections. It is illegal for employers or employees to engage in unwanted sexual attention or advances toward another worker. If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, contact Spray, Gould & Bowers LLP. Our Burbank sexual harassment attorneys have been protecting employee rights since 1925 and have recovered millions of dollars in past settlements for victims of sexual harassment and discrimination.

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment is an umbrella term that can encompass a multitude of unwanted sexual actions including but not limited to derogatory remarks, requests for sexual favors, unwanted sexual contact, or spreading information about a person sexual activities. Often, a victim of harassment can be made to fear for their job security, especially when direct supervisors or managers are involved. An employee may strongly feel that refusal of sexual advancements will lead to termination. Even in cases where managers are not among the principle instigators, victims may feel that reporting harassment will "rock the boat" and increase the risk of termination.

California employment law protects victims against retaliatory actions. This means that employers cannot take negative actions against you in response to a report or claim of sexual harassment. If you have reason to believe that this may occur, you should contact our Burbank employment law attorneys as soon as possible. Our firm possesses an in-depth knowledge of the laws and regulations specific to sexual harassment and can fight to see that your safety and rights are protected.

Talk to a Burbank Sexual Harassment Attorney

Your employment is directly tied to your livelihood and a conflict in the workplace can be tremendously stressful. If you have experienced sexual harassment, Spray, Gould & Bowers LLP can help you to seek restitution. Additionally, choosing to hold harassers responsible for their actions will help to secure the safety of your co-workers and see that this behavior is not repeated. When you are ready to pursue legal action or have questions about your situation, contact our Burbank sexual harassment attorneys.

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