Flirting. Telling off-color jokes. Showing favoritism. It’s often a fine line when it comes to what’s acceptable in a professional setting and what’s not.
There are many forms of workplace sexual harassment, and some are much more obvious than others. Below, we’ll discuss how sexual harassment and discrimination often manifest in an occupational setting.
If you have experienced inappropriate sexual conduct, sex-based discrimination, or sexual violence in the workplace, please contact DiPiero Simmons McGinley & Bastress, PLLC to discuss your case in further detail. We provide free and confidential consultations to help survivors of workplace sexual harassment exercise their legal rights and take control of their futures.