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Harassment Is Not Acceptable In Any Workplace

We live in a time of significant change when it comes to gender and the way men and women relate to each other, and this can be confusing — especially in the workplace. But in spite of these changing expectations and a more public discussion about gender discrimination, there will always be supervisors and co-workers who can violate your rights through verbal and physical harassment.

Sexual harassment can occur in any professional environment, and a white collar office setting is no exception. At Altieri Law, we are committed to helping our clients understand and assert their rights under California employment law.

Recognize Inappropriate Behavior And Take Action To Stop It

Sexual harassment in the workplace can come in many forms, including:

  • Unwanted touching
  • Unwanted advances
  • Sexual gestures
  • Quid pro quo transactions, such as sexual acts in exchange for getting hired or promoted

It may not always be obvious to you if a particular action violates the law. But as a general rule, if the behavior of a colleague or supervisor makes you uncomfortable and they ignore your request to change the behavior, it is worth speaking with a lawyer to learn more about your options. And we understand that in some cases, you may not feel comfortable requesting a change directly. After taking in the details of your situation, we will help you make a plan.

Speak With An Attorney Who Will Listen To You

We understand that the discussion around harassment can be stressful, sensitive and even embarrassing. That's why we make a point of listening compassionately and confidentially with each of our clients.

To schedule an initial consultation with Altieri Law in our San Diego office, call 619-878-6334 or contact us online.

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