Sexual Harassment in San Antonio

Dedicated Lawyer Serving Victims of Sexual Harassment

There is absolutely no tolerance for sexual harassment in today’s workplace. And yet it is still happens all too often. Victims of sexual harassment experience both emotional and financial harm. However, most victims suffer in silence. They often hope that the problem will just “go away”. But it won’t. They are caught in a daily trap of going to work in a hostile work environment. They often endure strained relationships with co-workers, friends and loved ones and they are denied promotion, raises, overtime and more. If you are a victim of sexual harassment, do not be silent. Seek legal advice from an experienced employment law attorney.

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination and is therefore unlawful. Victims of sexual harassment deserve justice and compensation. San Antonio employment law attorney Alex Aguirre is an experienced wrongful termination and sexual harassment lawyer. He offers a free initial consultation and never charges a fee for a sexual harassment case unless you receive money for your claim.

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What Constitutes Sexual Harassment

According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), sexual harassment includes:

  • Verbal conduct that is not wanted, such as a sexual advance
  • Visual conduct that is not wanted, such as a deroagtory email
  • Physical conduct that is not wanted such as groping or massages
  • Threats and demands to submit to sexual requests

Report Sexual Harassment

Keeping silent about sexual harassment only helps promote further harassment. According to Texas law, a victim’s rights are limited unless they report harassment. If you are a victim of sexual harassment, the most important thing you can do to stop the problem and remedy the situation is to report the harassment.

The employer has a responsibility to clearly identify to whom the employee should report the sexual harassment. If an employer does not have clear anti-harassment guidelines, victims of sexual harassment should report the issue to a supervisor, manager, Human Resources department, and even the company president or owner.

Don’t Know What to Do Next

Many victims of sexual harassment don’t know where to turn for help. Get advice. An experienced harassment attorney understands and can guide you towards a just remedy to your situation. Alex Aguirre has successfully handled sexual harassment and wrongful termination cases. If you are a victim (or know a victim) of sexual harassment in the workplace, contact our law office for a free and absolutely confidential consultation with San Antonio employment law attorney Alex Aguirre.

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