Unwanted Sexual Advances at Work

Learn about unwanted sexual advances at work in this educational video. Then contact our Florida attorneys for a free legal consultation.




Question:

Do I have a claim if I’ve been receiving unwanted sexual advances or comments in the workplace?

Answer:

We had a client in Tampa the other day call us about a case where she believed that she had been harassed. There were comments of a sexual nature that were made to her at the workplace, and her inquiry was, “Do I have a claim?” It depends. One or two isolated comments – and I don’t want to sound unsympathetic – are just probably not going to cut it, as far as a claim goes, but, certainly, if it’s happened once, it needs to be reported to the employer.

Call us for a free consultation. We offer free consultations for sexual harassment claims. Even though one or two comments here and there may not amount to a claim, over time, if there’s a persistent pattern that continues to occur and especially if it involves one individual, make sure you supervisor knows and set up a free consultation in our Lutz office.


Are you or a loved one in the process of filing an employment claim in Florida and have questions about unwanted sexual advances at work? Contact experienced Florida sexual harassment lawyers at Serrano Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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