Tag Archives: EEOC

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 »

Boston University Employee connects to Sexual Harassment

Two Female Students accused a BU Music Professor of Sexual Harassment Boston ­– A sexual harassment lawsuit has been filed in Suffolk County on behalf of two music students, Erin Shyr and Maria Currie, who claimed their music professor, Eric Ruske, at Boston University has continuously subjected them to sexual harassment. The students disclosed that… 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… Read more »

LGBT Sexual Orientation Discrimination

In the words of Joe Miller, played by recent Golden Globe winner Denzel Washington, “we’re standing here in Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, the birthplace of freedom, where the founding fathers authored the Declaration of Independence, and I don’t recall that glorious document saying anything about all straight men are created equal. I believe… Read more »

Can I Bring My Sexual Harassment Case to the NYC Commission on Human Rights?

A New York City Sexual Harassment Lawyer Answers Your NY, NJ & PA Questions If you work in New York City, state, federal, and city laws uphold your employment rights. But what exactly does that mean when it comes to filing a sexual harassment lawsuit. With so many options, where do you go for help?… Read more »

How Do I Know if My Work Environment is Hostile?

New York City, State and the EEOC recognize two types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile work environment. If you were offered an incentive for conceding to a sexual advance, or threatened with a negative consequence for refusing a sexual advance, it may be considered quid pro quo sexual harassment. On the other… Read more »