California law prohibits sexual harassment in the workplace

Sexual harassment is a broad category of conduct and can fall under category of severe or pervasive. Regardless of the category, any unwanted sexual attention is grounds of legal action. The following are types of conduct that is prohibited by law:

  • Unwanted touching
  • Unwanted sexual advances
  • Unwanted requests for dates and/or relationships
  • Continued sexual advances after a break up
  • Discussion at work about your sex life
  • Unwanted kissing
  • Rape
  • Sexual demands for continued employment
  • Continual discussion of sex at work in your presence
  • Watching pornography at work
  • Continuous joking of a sexual nature
  • Stalking
  • Continuous staring or leering

If you have been subject to this conduct, it is time you gave your employer notice. The Law Offices of Olga Troshchiy will write a demand letter or file a lawsuit on your behalf.

The fact that you are still working at the employer should not deter you from pursuing a claim challenging wrongful conduct.

We have represented many employees who were still on the job at the time of our intervention.

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