In 2014 the State of California received a new definition to what is considered "Sexual Harassment". The California legislature passed a bill in late 2013 to amend or change the definition of
sexual harassment under the Fair Employment and Housing Act or FEHA. The new bill added the following language; “sexually harassing conduct need not be motivated by sexual desire.” So, it appears from the adoption of this language that
sexual harassment cases can be brought by employees that have suffered from language, or conduct in the workplace that isn't necessarily motivated by the sexual desire of the harasser.
If you have suffered sexual harassment in the workplace please call our
sexual harassment lawyer today for a FREE phone consultation. Unfortunately, many woman and men in the workplace suffer from
sexual harassment, humiliation, and degradation at the hands of employees, managers, supervisors, and owners. Don't be a victim. Call us today to protect your labor & employment rights.