What protection is there against retaliation? Could I lose my job if I report it?
- Posted on: May 8 2019
If your supervisor is sexually harassing you or you’ve seen a supervisor sexually harassing someone, you are legally protected by going to human resource or complaining to another manager about that sexual harassment. Under federal, New York and New York City law, an employer cannot retaliate against you for having complained about sexual harassment. Retaliation comes in all shapes and forms. The most obvious is firing you or they can reduce your schedule, change your wages. If any of that happens the employer is breaking the law.
Posted in: Sexual Harassment