If you are the victim of unwelcome sexual harassment, racial harassment, or sexual advances at work, you might have a claim against your employer for discrimination based on a hostile work environment. Your employer is responsible for maintaining a safe workplace free from discrimination or harassment. If you are being harassed, you should make a written report of the activity to Human Resources, your supervisor, or through another channel specified by your employer.
In addition, if you are terminated or treated differently for complaining about unwelcome harassment, or for refusing unwelcome advances, you might have a claim for wrongful termination and retaliation.
If you believe you are being harassed at work, contact Kimble Law Office for a free, confidential consultation.