Doesn’t matter if no one has witnessed the sexual harassment. If you’ve been sexually harassed at work, the employer is breaking the law. You have two options. You could go Human Resources to complain about the sexual harassment or you could contact one of the attorneys here at Lipsky Lowe who will advocate for you to remedy the rights.
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Douglas Lipsky is a co-founding partner of Lipsky Lowe LLP. He has extensive experience in all areas of employment law, including discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, breach of contract, unpaid overtime, and unpaid tips. He also represents clients in complex wage and hour claims, including collective actions under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and class actions under the laws of many different states. If you have questions about this article, contact Douglas today.