Sexual Harassment

Are you a victim of Sexual Harassment on the job?

Are you subject to the following:

  • Sexually explicit language, gestures, comments, or innuendos from your boss, supervisor or co-workers?
  • Have you been subject to inappropriate or unwelcome touching?
  • Requests for sexual favors or personal relationships outside of the workplace?
  • Negative treatment for ending a personal relationship?
  • Have you been subjected to retaliation for reporting sexual harassment including being terminated, denied a promotion, transferred or demoted?
  • Have you been wrongfully accused of sexual harassment?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, call Employee Rights and let us direct you on all the necessary steps required to help you file the appropriate complaint(s) against your harasser and your employer. We know that this type of situation is a very personal and sensitive matter and we are here to listen and help you both personally and professionally. Sexual harassment can involve behavior by your employer or another employee. If your employer knows or should have known that you have been the victim of unwelcome sexual advances or inappropriate behavior at the workplace from a supervisor or a fellow employee, the employer is required to take immediate action to protect you.   Do you know what to do or how to handle a situation like this?  Would you even know what steps you should take regarding this issue? Most individuals have no idea.  Most individuals feel ashamed, insecure, scared, uncertain and feel very alone.   You don’t have to go it alone!  We are here for you, even if you just need someone to listen!  We are here to support you and talk about what you can do to possibly put an end to this terrible situation.  There are basic steps you should take to protect yourself from this type of behavior in the workplace, you just need to know what those steps are.  Employee Rights is not only an advocacy agency, but we provide comprehensive human resources services and we know how a situation like this should be resolved.  We also know how to make sure that if these types of behaviors continues or if you face any type of retaliation for lodging a complaint with your employer, that you do have recourse.  We are just a phone call away to talk, support, direct, assist and advocate on our behalf.  When and if your matter necessitates an actual legal filing, no worries, we can help, support and direct you to the right attorney specific to your needs.  Call Employee Rights today at 203-936-9111 or fill out our online contact form so that we may begin helping you stand up for yourself!


As a victim of sexual harassment, it is imperative that the employee knows that they only have 180 days from the last act to file a valid claim against their employer. Do not delay in calling ER if you feel that you are or have been a victim of sexual harassment.

The contents of this website is not to be construed as legal advice.  Employee Rights is a non-attorney employee advocacy agency and any information provided throughout its website is for informational purposes only.