Take Back Your Power With A Sexual Harassment Lawyer Serving Clients Nationwide
Unless you’re a sex worker, your job security should not hinge on sexual favors. If someone above you in the workplace hierarchy makes it clear either explicitly or implicitly that your job may be on the line unless you consent to sexual contact, this is known as quid pro quo sexual harassment. Not surprisingly, it is against the law. Even a relationship that appears to be consensual between a boss and a subordinate is problematic. That’s because true consent is not possible when one person has the power to fire the other. Sexual harassment in the workplace can take many forms, however, and can range from enduring unwanted sexual advances to facing the brick wall of sexual discrimination to even being raped at work. It’s not right, and it doesn’t have to be this way.
When you schedule your free initial consultation with the
Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, Mr. Friedman will listen to your story without judgment and assess your options based on the available evidence. Don’t endure one more day of control and manipulation. Call us today at 424-235-1148 to make an appointment.
Challenging A Cascade Of Workplace Offenses
Sexual harassment is not often a lone wolf of a problem in the workplace. People who are harassed, and especially those who file lawsuits and then return to work, often face a series of interlocking employment law issues, including
wrongful termination. Ongoing sexual harassment can also lead to poor job performance and chronic depression. For that reason, it may be better for some victims of sexual harassment to find another job first and then file a sexual harassment lawsuit from the safety of a new workplace. That approach, however, may not be realistic for some people. Whatever your particular situation, you don’t need to stand for this disrespectful and damaging treatment. Contact California attorney Todd M. Friedman and assert your right to a safe work environment.
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Seeing a lawyer does not mean you have to file a lawsuit. But with the advice of an experienced employment law attorney, you can gain perspective about where you stand and what your next best move might be.
At the Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, P.C., you will speak with your attorney directly. Todd Friedman’s in-depth case analysis and timely feedback are a tremendous benefit to clients contemplating harassment cases.