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    If you’re a sexual harassment victim, you should contact an Atlanta sexual harassment lawyer. Sexual harassment is prevalent in many workplaces. It generally takes one of two forms: quid pro quo harassment or hostile work environment harassment. Quid pro quo harassment occurs when a supervisor demands sexual favors from an employee in return for a job opportunity. Hostile work environment sexual harassment occurs when a supervisor or co-worker fondles the victim, or makes sexually suggestive remarks.

    Our Atlanta employment dispute lawyers can help you end your workplace nightmare. We’ll also help you recover compensation for the harms you’ve suffered.

    Call Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers today at (404) 419-6674. Also, you may fill-out our online contact form to schedule a free case review with an Atlanta sexual harassment lawyer.

    Sexual Harassment Retaliation

    Many sexual harassment victims are afraid to speak up. They justifiably fear that their harasser will try and “even the score” by punishing them. Many victims also report that they’ve been marked for termination after they’ve filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Others are punished after they complain to the human resources department.

    Your employer and co-workers can’t retaliate against you for making a sexual harassment complaint. They also can’t punish you for participating in a co-worker’s sexual harassment case. We urge you to contact an Atlanta sexual harassment lawyer if they unlawfully targeted you.

    What If I Am Being Harassed After I Ended A Consensual Romantic Relationship?

    Workplace romantic relationships are quite common. According to a study performed by Career Builder, 38% of U.S. workers have dated someone that worked for the same company. Workplace romances aren’t unlawful. But, they can become problematic when they occur between a supervisor and their subordinate.

    If the employee decides to end the relationship, the manager often continues to make sexual advances. Many victims wonder whether the unwelcome sexual advances are unlawful if the original relationship was consensual. All sexual advances are unlawful if they’re not not consensual.

    Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers Can Help

    If you’re a sexual harassment victim, we urge you to contact our Atlanta employment lawyers. We’ve successfully helped many sexual harassment victims. We’ll help you recover the compensation you deserve, including:

    • Lost pay and benefits: we can help you recover wages, salary, or benefits.
    • Lost front pay: some employers blacklist employees that complaint about sexual harassment. If so, you may recover front pay. Front pay covers your wages, salary or benefits while you apply for new employment.
    • Emotional distress damages: Victims may recover compensation for their pain and suffering.
    • Additionally, attorneys’ fees and costs are usually recoverable.

      Call us today at (404) 419-6674. Also you may fill-out our online contact form to schedule a free case review with an Atlanta sexual harassment lawyer.

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