What Rights Do Sexual Harassment Victims Have?
http://www.MortonLawyers.com Far too often women are sexually harassed at work. Unfortunately, many victims don’t know how to stop it and don’t know about their rights. Watch this video to find out how you can put a stop to sexual harassment.
If your co-worker or supervisor is making unwelcomed sexual advancements, sexual comments, requesting sexual favors, or touching your breasts and buttocks, you are a victim of sexual harassment. Unwelcomed sexual advances in the workplace constitute sexual harassment, and this illegal and inappropriate behavior needs to be stopped.
As a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, you have 300 days from the date of the harassment incident to file a charge of discrimination with the Idaho Human Rights Commission and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. You also can file a lawsuit before the statue of limitations run out.
To learn more about your rights and how to protect yourself, you should speak with an experienced sexual harassment trial attorney. For a free consultation, contact the Morton Law Offices in Boise at 208.344.5555 or online at http://www.mortonlawyers.com/contact.cfm.