If you feel that you have been sexually harassed against at work, you may be able to make a claim for compensation against your employer.
The law protects all employees from sexual harassment from either your employer, workmates or third parties.
Sexual harassment at work can take a number of forms, including:
- Unwelcome comments of a sexual nature
- Asking about a persons sexual habits
- Displaying sexually offensive materials such as posters
- Asking for sexual favours
- Unnecessary physical contact
- Sexually offensive or pornographic emails
- Sexually suggestive remarks of gestures
Sexual harassment can be based on a single event, or on a pattern of behaviour over a period of time.
Making a claim for Sexual harassment at work
Here at Frisby & Small Solicitors we deal with all types of employment law cases. We represent employees and employers, so whichever side of the dispute you are on, we can help.
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