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Fight Back Against Retaliation: Protecting Your Rights After Reporting Sexual Harassment

Fight Back Against Retaliation: Protecting Your Rights After Reporting Sexual Harassment

When you witness or experience sexual harassment in the workplace, it is crucial to stand up against it without fear of retaliation. Your employer is legally obligated to protect your rights, and taking action against you for reporting sexual harassment is considered retaliation, which is unacceptable and unlawful.

At PLBSH, we have over 50 years of experience in employment law, successfully advocating for clients in various retaliation cases, including those involving wrongful termination for reporting sexual harassment. We are committed to fighting for your rights and helping you build a strong case for fair treatment under the law.

Wrongful Termination

If you have been wrongfully terminated due to reporting sexual harassment, we will work diligently to restore your rightful position and seek compensation for any damages incurred. While California is an at-will state and employers can terminate a person’s position at any time, there are exceptions. For example, you cannot lawfully be fired for reporting sexual harassment.

Demotion, Pay Cuts, and Other Adverse Actions

Retaliation can take various forms, including demotion, pay cuts, being passed over for promotions, schedule changes, or hostile behavior. We will guide you through the process, ensuring that you understand your rights and options, and work towards your desired resolution.

Taking the Necessary Steps: Pursuing a Retaliation Claim

There are several steps involved in pursuing a claim for retaliation. You should:

  • Gather Evidence: Collect any evidence that supports your opposition to or reporting of the sexual harassment, such as emails, witnesses, or other documentation. This evidence will strengthen your case.
  • Request a Written Explanation: Request a written explanation from your employer regarding the termination or any adverse action taken against you. This will help document their response and potentially uncover any inconsistencies.
  • Contact an Attorney: Reach out to our experienced retaliation attorneys at [BUSINESS]. We will provide an honest assessment of your case’s strength and guide you through the necessary steps to initiate your claim.

We Stand by Your Side: Protecting Your Rights

At PLBSH, we strive to achieve a satisfactory resolution for your case through mediation or arbitration. If needed, we will not hesitate to file a lawsuit on your behalf, representing you in court with tenacity and dedication. Our track record of securing beneficial judgments for clients speaks to our commitment to fighting for your rights.

Take Action Now: Request Your Free Consultation

To learn more about your rights and explore your options, call PLBSH at (800) 435-7542 today. Our team is ready to provide a free initial consultation, offering guidance and support as we navigate the path towards justice together.

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