Miller Law Group is dedicated to fighting for the victims of sexual harassment and their rights in the workplace. The road to justice from harassment can seem isolated and frightening, but Miller Law Group’s committed team of Attorneys will stand up for victims each step of the way. If you have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, you have rights and you have a voice. Miller Law Group is here to help you speak up.
Unlawful sexual harassment can occur in many different situations. Typically, sexual harassment takes place when an employer, supervisor, client or co-worker elicits sexual favors in exchange for employment benefits, uses sexual advances to create a hostile work environment, or engages in sexual misconduct that affects a person’s work performance or employment status.
Sexual harassment can include sexual gestures, sexual advances, inappropriate jokes or comments, sexual images, unwanted touching, or assault.
Sexual Harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII applies to employers with 15 or more employees, as well as employment agencies, labor organizations, and the federal government.
North Carolina State Law also has provisions protecting employees from sexual harassment and demanding that all employees have the right to work in a setting free from sexual harassment and retaliation.
If you are experiencing sexual harassment, you have the right to ask for it to stop or file a complaint within your workplace, such as with Human Resources. However, if the harassment continues or you experience retaliation as a result of your complaint, you may have a federal claim.
If you are experiencing sexual harassment in your workplace, Miller Law Group wants to fight for you. Miller Law Group’s dedicated Attorney’s have a proven record of representing victims of sexual harassment across the state. To learn more or discuss your claim with an Attorney, please call 919-348-4361 or contact us online.
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At Miller Law Group, PLLC, we are guided by the principle of attaining justice for people who have been wronged in their personal or professional lives. To learn more about our services or to schedule a free initial consultation, contact us today by calling 919-348-4361 or by email. We look forward to making you a part of our team.