For many years our sexual harassment lawyers have successfully represented men and women who were still employed by the same company where they were sexually harassed at work, but these employees chose to keep their jobs and sue for sexual harassment. If you chose to hire our winning legal team, our California sexual harassment lawyers will work with you and advise you whether you should keep your job and sue for sexual harassment, or whether there might be other alternatives.
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Call 1-877-525-0700 to consult with a sexual harassment lawyer as to whether you should sue for sexual harassment
Decisions about whether to sue for sexual harassment, and remain employed may be based upon:
Our sexual harassment attorneys have counseled clients on all of the above issues. We have also assisted many California clients resign from their jobs, due to sexual harassment, and still receive unemployment compensation.
Employers are strictly liable for the sexually harassing acts of a supervisor, manager, officer of the corporation, director, or the owner. This means it is possible to sue for sexual harassment if somebody in one of these positions committed sexual harassment, but the victim of sexual harassment chose not to inform others levels of management or human resources. For these reasons employees sometimes sue for sexual harassment by managers that has stopped by the time they sue. These cases are often brought while the employee is still employed. The reason for the delay in suing for sexual harassment might be the employee realized their level of stress increased, they were emotionally impacted by the acts of sexual harassment, and the way the harassment made them feel has not changed, or even makes the employee feel worse.
Sexual harassment is a personal violation. It is important clients be able to freely communicate with their sexual harassment lawyers. The victim of sexual harassment and their attorney need to discuss what is best for the employee who was sexually harassed. The best decisions about the proper course of action for any sexually harassed employee, let alone one who is still employed at the job where they were sexually harassed, are made after careful consultation and consideration between the client and an experienced sexual harassment attorney.
Our sexual harassment lawyers have represented hundreds of men and women in workplace sexual harassment lawsuits. We understand the delicate issues pertaining to workplace violations of sexual harassment.
Please call us at 1-877-525-0700 for a consultation with a top Los Angeles sexual harassment lawyer.