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Workplace Sexual Harassment Advice

Sexual harassment at work is against the law.

But what should victims of sexual harassment do to protect their rights? How do you prove workplace sexual harassment? And what can you do about retaliation?

New York sexual harassment lawyer Charles Joseph offers behind-the-scenes advice on dealing with workplace sexual harassment.

Behind the Scenes: What an Employment Lawyer Wants You To Know About Workplace Sexual Harassment

Have you considered filing a sexual harassment lawsuit? Are you looking for the right sexual harassment attorney? “What an Employment Lawyer Wants You To Know About Workplace Sexual Harassment” provides valuable information that you may not know.

For example, victims of sexual harassment can request all security footage that may prove their case during a sexual harassment lawsuit. If their employer does not provide the footage or claims it was erased, a judge can consider that proof in favor of the employee.

Victims of retaliation, including people who were fired for reporting sexual harassment, may find it easier to prove their case.

When it comes to damages, victims of sexual harassment can receive back pay, front pay, and compensation for their emotional distress. Saving evidence that you complained to your boss or supervisor and then lost your job can mean more money in damages.

Learn more about sexual harassment damages by watching “What an Employment Lawyer Wants You To Know About Workplace Sexual Harassment.”

If you’ve experienced workplace sexual harassment and you’re considering filing a lawsuit or a complaint with the EEOC, reach out to attorney Charles Joseph for a free consultation. Joseph brings over two decades of experience as a sexual harassment lawyer. All consultations are confidential.

You can also learn more about your rights on our sexual harassment page, which provides additional information about filing a complaint, sexual harassment damages, and legal protections.

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