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Sexual Harassment In Any Form Is Never Acceptable

Last updated on November 26, 2020

Sexual harassment in the workplace has become a hot-button issue, and for good reason. No one should have to suffer unwanted sexual comments, gestures or physical comments at work. Unfortunately, workplace sexual harassment is all too common. It comes in many forms, and it affects California workers in every industry.

No matter what field you work in or the form of harassment you are experiencing, the employment lawyers at Moon Law Group, PC, can help you. For over a decade, we have represented workers just like you who need experienced, trustworthy attorneys to help them end their suffering at work and recover compensation.

What Are The Types Of Sexual Harassment?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, identifies two types of workplace sexual harassment or abuse.

Quid pro quo sexual harassment occurs when a coworker or superior offers a job-related benefit in exchange for a sexual favor. For example, demanding that employee perform a sex act to receive a promotion.

Hostile work environment sexual harassment is when the conduct of workers is severe and pervasive enough to create a workplace environment that is demeaning, intimidating or hostile. This could involve employees posting lewd photographs, making sexual jokes and comments and forcing unwanted physical contact.

What Happens After You Contact Our Firm?

You may feel nervous about contacting a lawyer, but our team is reassuring and honest. We can discuss how to resolve your workplace issues and, if necessary, seek monetary compensation. Throughout your case, we will provide you with personalized attention and prompt communication.

Make A Free Consultation To Talk About Your Case

No matter which type of harassment you face, you deserve legal counsel to guide you through it. Moon Law Group, PC, is here for you. Contact our law firm in Los Angeles to schedule a free consultation where we can evaluate your case. You can call 213-320-0519 or send us an email online.