More Than Just A Movement Sexual harassment reports in the workplace have remained pretty consistent over the years. However the recent #MeToo movement, a movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault, shed light on many issues that employers must now address. Celebrities, CEOs, executives, and founders have been seen on… read more →
Sheetz Employee Allegedly Told to Change Locations if She Didn’t Want to be Sexually Harassed by a Co-Worker.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit Against Sheetz, Inc. Megan began working at Sheetz as a salesperson on March 1, 2017. According to her, she began being sexually harassed by a male co-worker in May. He allegedly made crude remarks and inappropriately touched her on multiple occasions. According to Megan,… read more →
A text message thread seems like the perfect proof of wrongdoing since it’s physical evidence. However, text messages taken out of context may only be proof until placed back into the full conversation of texts. Once your phone texts get involved with a filed complaint or lawsuit, you can expect… read more →
Employee Complains of Sexual Harassment and Alleged Response Is “Cleaner Break if You Were Just Fired.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Jewish Community Center for Sex Discrimination Kelly started working at the Jewish Community Center as a personal trainer and floor staff in April 2016. A year later, she started to feel sexually harassed by a supervisor when he wiggled a banana at her… read more →
Many nurses view nurse sexual harassment as an occupational hazard. It just comes with the territory. But it shouldn’t be that way. Unwanted sexual advances in the workplace is against the law, and employees are protected from harassment from coworkers, supervisors, and third parties. This means a nurse is protected… read more →
Valentine’s Day is the holiday for love cards and chocolates but not coworkers. Sometimes managers and coworkers think it might be cute to send everyone valentine notes or a chain email greeting card. In other cases, managers see it as a good time to express their interest in a certain… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Don Rosen Imports for Sex Discrimination In 2008, Diana accepted a receptionist position at Don Rosen Imports. She worked without problem up until 2015. That year, Diana noticed that she was being treated inappropriately. According to Diana, one of her coworkers had no… read more →
Boss Allegedly Boasts about Turning “Straight Girls Gay,” but When Employee Complains, She is Fired.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Kiddie Academy of Collegeville for Sexual Discrimination April accepted a position as an assistant teacher at Kiddie Academy of Collegeville in February 2017. At the school, April reported to a female boss. Her boss had no scruples to make inappropriate and sexual comments… read more →
Common workplace harassment breaks down the employment relationship, causing a loss of trust between employer and employee as well as a loss in productivity and efficiency. A safe and healthy work environment benefits the employees and employers alike. Therefore, the federal government issued laws that protect the employee’s right to… read more →
Co-Owner Allegedly Grabs Female Employee, Makes Sexual Innuendos, and Accuses Her of Short Changing Cash Register.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against The Spot Etc and David Calloway for Sexual Harassment Melodie became a bartender at The Spot Etc in April 2013. Three years later, in November, Melodie recalls an incident with David Calloway, one of the co-owners of The Spot Etc. According to Melodie,… read more →