Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment

Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment

Jacksonville Sexual Harassment Attorney

There are two types of sexual harassment that are legally recognized, hostile work environment sexual harassment and quid pro quo sexual harassment. Quid pro quo sexual harassment related to the situation where an employee is either rewarded or denied a promotion or raise, or gets to keep their job or not, based on their response to an employer's sexual advances. It is important to know that even if you as an employee submitted to the sexual advances or comments made by an employer that does not mean that you are barred from making a complaint.

The Jacksonville employment lawyer at The Law Office of Shands M. Wulbern, P.A. is keenly aware of the legal ramifications and the process of pursuing a claim of quid pro quo sexual harassment in the workplace. We have assisted many clients in stopping the harassment and recovering financial compensation for quid pro quo sexual harassment claims. You are protected under both state and federal law from this type of behavior, and if you have been a victim, a claim can be filed against your employer, and should be.

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