Is an employer liable for sexual harassment at work?
Recently I had a call from a woman who was egregiously sexually harassed by her supervisor at her employment. She wanted to know whether or not the company was liable for not stopping the sexual harassment after she had reported it several times and it still continued. The answer is, in most cases, yes. There’s no reason why any employee, man or woman, should have to run a sexual gauntlet just to earn a paycheck, to put food on the table, keep the lights on or provide for their children.
We at the Chavez Law Firm are empathetic to these cases. We have a broad knowledge base and deep experience in this area of the law. If you find yourself in this situation, or if you have a loved one who finds themselves in this situation, give us a call. We stand ready, willing, and able to answer your questions and guide you through the process as necessary. Understand that we at the Chavez Law Firm are passionate about helping our clients getting the just and deserving compensation that they are entitled to under the law just because some employer refuses to do what is right and prevent and stop sexual harassment in the workplace.
Have you or a loved one been subjected to discrimination in the workplace in Texas and have questions about employer liability for sexual harassment? Contact experienced El Paso employment law attorney Enrique Chavez Jr. today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
We want to help you. No one deserves to endure sexual harassment in the workplace.
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