While sexual harassment is usually thought of as being between a man and a woman, there are cases of same sex harassment that are also subject to the law.
"If a case of sexual harassment is filed in California, it is filed under the auspices of the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, and may fall into one of two categories - hostile work environment or the quid pro quo theory," indicated Deborah Barron of the Barron Law Corporation in Sacramento, California.
If facing a situation such as this, now is the time to contact a highly qualified employment attorney to get advice and find out what protections the law offers people in this kind of a situation. Knowing what rights are accorded to people facing these types of situations goes a long way toward making informed decisions about how to proceed with any potential lawsuit. Contact Deborah Barron at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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