If someone has been sexually harassed while at work, the employer is obligated to remedy the situation by whatever means necessary. This may entail firing the person doing the harassing or providing protection for the person being harassed. If a lawyer becomes involved, the victim may receive monetary compensation.
If you are being harassed in the workplace, the Orlando employment law attorneys at Burruezo & Burruezo, PLLC can help. Call us today at (407) 754-2904 to schedule a free consultation or contact us online.
If it’s a harassment, where there was no touching involved, then the employer is obligated to remedy the situation, which sometimes means firing the person that is engaging in the harassment or giving the person who’s being harassed protections from the situation that they’re enduring. If they come to us, then there’s monetary damages for what they’ve experienced.