Tag Archives: co-worker sexual harassment

New Legislation protects Janitors from Sexual Harassment

Janitors express Sexual Harassment Concerns California ­– The state of California maintains a high volume of janitor employees. An enormous part of those employees are immigrants who work diligently to provide a better life for their families. Although employees attempt to complete their shift comfortably and return home, sexual harassment and sexual assault has become… Read more »

Over 50% of UK Women at Work are Sexually Harassed

Studies show Females in the UK are battling Sexual Harassment UK – The Trades Union Congress and the Everyday Sexism Project conducted an online sexual harassment survey. The survey reached 1,553 women from YouGov who willingly agreed to respond to workplace sexual harassment questions. The findings of TUC’s research revealed some puzzling results that caused… Read more »

Police Officer wins $125k in Sexual Harassment Settlement

Female Officer allege Retaliation after reporting Sexual Harassment New Jersey – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed on behalf of a NJ female officer, Stacey L. Williams, who allegedly experienced sexual harassment from another officer. Williams claims she also face workplace retaliation for reporting the sexual harassment to her superiors. The sexual harassment lawsuit claims… Read more »

Evidence displays NYC Subway Harassment increased to 50%

One out of every Two Train Passengers face Harassment New York City – A recent statistic revealed that harassment on the Subways in NYC have soared to 50%. Individuals are being subjected to more harassment this year than they endured last year. The harassment includes unwanted physical contact, tasteless images and video footage, inappropriate exposure,… Read more »

Former St. Hope Foundation Employee wins 522k in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Houston ­– Audrey Spanko, a University of Texas graduate, started working her first position full time with the St. Hope Foundation in 2012. Spanko expressed excitement for her social worker position, and acknowledged that her job at the St. Hope Foundation was exactly what she wanted. Approximately 11 months after her employment commenced, Spanko departed… Read more »

Female Employee wins 200k from Purdue in a Sexual Harassment Settlement

Purdue University handles Sexual Harassment Complaints Indiana – A female employee, Mary Christine Alwan (Valparaiso woman), at Purdue University claims she suffered sexual harassment from two professors, David Brule and Glenn Parker, on the West Lafayette campus. In addition to her employment with the university, Alwan was also a graduate student. A civil rights claim… Read more »

The Effect of Sexual Harassment Training on Employees and Employers

Why does the Workplace need Sexual Harassment Training? Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious problem that continues to occur on various occasions. There are sexual harassment incidents that occur incessantly, and most individuals refrain from addressing the issue initially for numerous reasons including keeping his or her job to prevent loss wages and… Read more »

A Northern Farm settles a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

A Female Employee reports Workplace Misconduct to the EEOC Maine ­– In 2014, a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed by the EEOC against County Fair Farm located in Jefferson,ME, for seasonal female employees like Aurora Del Rosario Clemente Arpaiz, who claims she has repeatedly endured sexual harassment from her supervisor and male co-workers. The sexual… Read more »