Victim Of Sexual Harassment?

Persistent sexual harassment in the workplace can make even a dream job morph into a nightmare. Sadly, many victims of sexual harassment feel helpless to do anything about it — especially if the perpetrator is a superior. Although most employers adopt internal policies for reporting sexual harassment, some refuse to take complaints seriously, making you feel sidelined and ignored.

Your Right To A Harassment-Free Workplace

You don’t have to put up with sexual harassment at work. At the law firm of Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP, we are committed to helping victims of sexual harassment stand up for their rights. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing workers in employment law cases before the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and state and federal courts. We understand what you’re going through, and we will go out of our way to help you secure justice.

We are proud advocates for employees’ rights.

Two Types Of Harassing Conduct

Sexual harassment is a form of employment discrimination. It encompasses a wide range of conduct, including:

  • Quid pro quo sexual harassment — that is, express or implied pressure for sexual favors to keep your job or advance in the workplace
  • Hostile work environments characterized by persistent threats, off-color jokes, offensive comments, unwanted advances, inappropriate touching and similar behaviors

In today’s diverse workforce, females are not the sole victims of sexual harassment. Males and transgender individuals can also suffer from harassment or bullying by either sex.

Protect Yourself Before It’s Too Late

The law imposes strict deadlines for bringing sexual harassment claims. Don’t jeopardize your rights by waiting too long to speak with an attorney.