Ruben Limonjyan | April 6, 2022 | Sexual Harassment
Is There a Statute of Limitations for Sexual Harassment Claims in CA?
Need To File A Sexual Harassment Claim In California? Your Time Is Limited You have been sexually harassment at work. You may feel ashamed. You may feel embarrassed. You may feel overwhelmed. However the harassment occurred, your life has - in one way or another - fundamentally changed. For victims of sexual harassment, it can seem as though there is...
Ruben Limonjyan | December 23, 2021 | Sexual Harassment
How Can I Prove Sexual Harassment?
Experiencing sexual harassment can cause multiple problems at the workplace. Occasionally, employees who face sexual harassment have to weigh the risks of reporting the incident, retaliation, or remaining silent and continuing to stand the lewd sexual conduct. As a victim of sexual harassment, it can be challenging to prove your case - especially if it is your word against your...
Ruben Limonjyan | October 5, 2021 | Sexual Harassment
5 Things To Know About Sexual Harassment in California
Under the California Civil Rights Act, sexual harassment comprises unwelcome sexual advances, physical contact, or use of language, whether spoken or written, of sexual nature that creates an offensive or intimidating work environment. If you have experienced sexual harassment at your workplace from an employer, a representative, or a colleague, you have a right to file a lawsuit and demand...
Ruben Limonjyan | January 5, 2021 | Sexual Harassment
What Is Third-Party Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a problem that’s as destructive as it is pervasive. As a form of sex discrimination, it is illegal under federal law outlined by Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. At the state level, it is prohibited by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act and recent legislation expanded sexual harassment training requirements. ...
Ruben Limonjyan | November 10, 2020 | Sexual Harassment
What Qualifies as Sexual Harassment?
It is illegal for an employer, supervisor, or coworker to harass another employer because of their sex. It should be no surprise, then, that this is known as sexual harassment. While people may sometimes think of sexual harassment as something separate from discrimination, it’s actually a form of sex discrimination. So, what really qualifies as sexual harassment? Chances are whatever...
Ruben Limonjyan | September 7, 2020 | Sexual Harassment
Debunked: 10 Myths about Sexual Harassment at Work
When you think about sexual harassment at work, as a concept, what comes to mind? Chances are your immediate association involves a male supervisor engaging in some sort of sexual misconduct with a female subordinate. This association isn’t inherently wrong, but don’t be fooled into thinking it’s the extent of what sexual harassment can look like in the modern American...
Ruben Limonjyan | July 27, 2020 | Sexual Harassment
What You Can Do if You’re Sexually Harassed at Work
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, sexual harassment is considered a form of sex discrimination – it is therefore illegal under federal law. Despite this, sexual harassment is a pervasive problem in the American workplace, and has been for many decades. Ever since women began taking up jobs alongside men, they’ve been disproportionately impacted by sexual...
Ruben Limonjyan | June 4, 2020 | Employment Law \ Sexual Harassment
Can Sexual Harassment Happen While Working from Home?
For white-collar employees, the modern American work environment is a place that’s rapidly phasing between a central office location and working at home. The COVID-19 pandemic expedited this transition by forcing many employers to instate work-at-home arrangements for their employees to stay in business. There are many benefits to working at an office with your colleagues, but there are clearly...