If you liked our recent posts about men’s sexual harassment claims as well as what defines a hostile work environment, click through these links for more relevant information:
- The Wall Street Journal profiles the rise of men’s sexual harassment claims in the last 20 years, and specifically since the start of the recession.
- Are you wondering what California is doing to combat discrimination in the work place? Check out the state’s proposed legislation and training materials about sexual harassment.
- If you are a female in California, check look at the Equal Rights Advocates’ website, which aims to empower women and girls as a protected class of people.
- Discrimination in the work place and in housing is illegal in California. Read through this brochure by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing to learn more about your legal rights.
- How can a manager prevent sexual harassment in their office? TechRepublic has an in-depth look at how management can set the tone for a harassment-free work place and prevent quid pro quo discrimination.
No matter your gender, both California and U.S. laws protect residents from employment discrimination. If you experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, you may be entitled to file a claim for financial damages. Call (888) 703-2911 to schedule an appointment with the Advocacy Center for Employment Law in San Jose to discuss your case.