Need a tough but comforting workplace harassment lawyer?

Certain forms of harassment, including sexual harassment, are illegal in the workplace. You should never be treated worse or made to feel uncomfortable because of harassment based on sex, race, religion, color, national origin, or age, and you should not be subjected to repeated unwanted sexual advances. You should never be required to tolerate illegal harassment as a condition of your job. If you’ve been harassed by your boss, your coworkers, or even a client, you should learn your rights and what you can do.

Workplace harassment is defined as any unwelcome conduct based on…

  • Race
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Sex, including pregnancy
  • National origin
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Genetic Information

The most common type of harassment is sexual harassment, which is any unwelcome conduct based on sex. If continued employment or employment decisions are based on your tolerance of sexual advances or behavior, then that behavior is illegal.

Sexual harassment may include…

  • remarks about your physical appearance
  • repeated requests for a date
  • requests for sexual favors
  • offensive comments about gender or gender stereotypes

Whether it comes from a supervisor, coworker, client, or customer, people of any gender may be guilty of – or victims of – sexual harassment. The team at Gold Star Law understands the emotional turmoil that can occur because of harassment in the workplace. Our workplace harassment lawyers and sexual harassment lawyers want you to understand that you can stop the unfair treatment you are experiencing and recover for your damages. Under no circumstances will we alert your employer that you have contacted us, contact them for comment, or discuss your case with them without your permission. To take the first steps in filing your claim, please contact us today.

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