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Reporting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace


If you have been the recipient of unwanted sexual harassment in the form of unwelcome words and comments and possibly even toughing you should immediately report the harassment to your California employer. Most California employers have policies that require employees to report any type of harassment in the workplace including sexual harassment. We understand that many California employees do not like to report sexual harassment in the workplace for fear that they will be terminated or retaliated against for making a sexual harassment complaint. However, California law protects California employees from any type of sexual harassment or retaliation that they receive as a result of the sexual harassment complaint.