RACE/ SEXUAL HARASSMENT
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Sexual harassment is illegal and the law prohibits many forms. California especially has some of the strongest protections for workers who face sexual harassment and employers who are notice of such conduct but fail to correct or prevent it from happening again. Sexual harassment is unwanted behavior that is hurtful or offensive because of your sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. It also includes quid pro quo harassment where certain perks or benefits at work are condition on sexual favors. Workers are also protected from customers or vendors who sexually harass them while they are working.
Our company has extensive experience in fighting for these rights, either through private and confidential negotiations, or through litigation and trial. We have successfully fought technology companies and government entities, both large and small. And while we never back down from a fight, we also regularly help our clients achieve their goals through less vocal means with increased collaboration where appropriate. We also have experience guiding employees through work matters such as taking pregnancy or medical breaks, requesting reasonable accommodations, or negotiating employment and severance agreements.
Harassment is also illegal if it is based on other protected characteristics including race, national origin, disability-status, age, religion, and more. This conduct can be emotionally harmful and difficult to talk about, especially with a stranger. At Liberation Law Group, P.C., we take an empathetic and detailed approach to learn more about your employment situation and fully explore your available legal protections. Our lawyers speak Spanish, Cantonese, Tagalog, and English and have represented clients in a wide-range of job industries and professions. Please call us to discuss your work situation and see how we may be able to help.
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