New Jersey Attorney Protecting Victims of Workplace Harassment
One of the more common forms of workplace harassment is sexual harassment. Though sexual harassment is often thought of as a man harassing a woman, these situations are frequently reversed, leaving a man the victim. Regardless of the situation, sexual harassment is illegal and should not be tolerated by any employee or employer.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Hasson, P.C., our staff is committed to aggressively seeking an end to the sexual harassment you are experiencing. Under the guidance of attorney Jeffrey Hasson, we have handled a vast array of sexual harassment cases throughout our practice. Contact us today to learn more about sexual harassment in the workplace.
Some examples of sexual harassment include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Uninvited comments about appearance
- Unwelcome hugging, kissing or other offensive physical contact of a sexual nature
- Undesirable lewd gestures, remarks or innuendoes
- Unsolicited discussions of sexual practices or anatomy
- Unwelcome sexually offensive posters, photographs, drawings, cartoons, jokes, stories, nicknames
- Unwanted sexual propositions or marriage proposals
Though these situations do constitute sexual harassment, one isolated stray comment is usually not enough to file a sexual harassment claim. Our practice is dedicated to assisting clients that have experienced ongoing harassment in the workplace.
You have a right to put a stop to sexual harassment in the workplace. Our firm can help you understand your rights and educate you on the hostile work environment laws that govern your sexual harassment situation.
To further discuss the sexual harassment that you may be experiencing in the workplace, contact an attorney at our office today. We at the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Hasson, P.C. take the time to listen to our clients and understand the many aspects of their workplace sexual harassment or sexual assault. We can assist you in understanding some of the legal terminology that may apply in sexual harassment matters, such as quid pro quo.