Put A Stop To Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment has always presented workers with a terrible dilemma. Every day at work can be a nightmare, thanks to unwelcome advances, inappropriate touching, lewd jokes, nasty comments and other improper behavior. Speaking out is not easy, however. Will you be believed? Will you be fired? Will the harasser be told that you spoke up and ramp up their disgusting behavior? While things have started getting better, it still takes courage to put a stop to sexual harassment. We can help you protect your rights.
Welcome to Ceartas Legal. Our Del Mar sexual harassment lawyer will fight aggressively to protect the rights of employees. If you believe that you are being victimized by a co-worker or supervisor, dread going into work every day and don’t know where to turn, attorney Greg A. Klawitter at Ceartas Legal is here for you.
Contact our knowledgeable lawyer today by calling 619-826-6930 to schedule your free, confidential consultation at a leading sexual harassment and employment law firm.
Mr. Klawitter will thoroughly review with you the behaviors and actions that you have suffered. Based on his extensive experience assisting clients in California sexual harassment cases, he will help you find the most effective course of action to get the justice you deserve.
Failure to act in a timely manner may result in the loss of your right to take legal action. Do not let this happen. Call our employment lawyer at Ceartas Legal as soon as possible to ensure that your legal rights are protected.
Conveniently located in downtown Del Mar, Mr. Klawitter represents clients who work throughout the county.
Speak To A Skilled Sexual Harassment Attorney Today
State and federal laws broadly define sexual harassment. California law prohibits any form of harassment at work based on gender/sex or any other protected characteristic.
Conduct that constitutes sexual harassment may include but is not limited to the following:
- Demanding sexual acts in return for additional hours, pay, etc.
- Discussing a co-worker’s sexual activities with others
- Emailing material of a sexual nature
- Emailing pornographic material
- Engaging in inappropriate and unwanted touching
- Leering at another
- Making disparaging comments of a sexual nature
- Making disparaging remarks about a co-worker’s sexual orientation
- Making unwanted sexual advances
- Openly displaying pornographic or sexual images
- Spreading rumors about a co-worker’s sexual activities
- Threatening to take retaliatory action for refusing to provide sexual acts
If a co-worker, boss, third-party vendor or any individual with whom you have a working business relationship makes sexually explicit comments to you, touches you in a sexual manner, propositions you or acts in any way that may be construed as sexual in nature, you do not have to tolerate this offensive, harmful and unacceptable conduct.
The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) in California makes no distinctions about sexual harassment based on gender. The gender of the perpetrator does not matter. The gender of the victims of sexual harassment does not matter. Sexual harassment may occur between and among people of any gender. Any sexual harassment in the workplace, regardless of gender or sexuality, is prohibited.