It is generally considered inappropriate for a male coworker to use the women's restroom if there are males restrooms available and empty. If a male coworker uses the women's restroom in the presence of a female coworker without a valid reason, it can create a hostile work environment and...View More
I am severely disabled, I am 5’3”, 90 lbs, broke my spine on their porch, I am getting attacked by 3 grown muscle men and I am scared, frightened. And all the other lies have no basis nor was I allowed to give my side of the events. They basically have it so i can only breathe in here. Please help
It appears from reading your question that seeking advice from an attorney that pracrices criminal law would be more appropriate. It does not seem to be a matter that mainly involves a tenancy problem.
I was recently just on a zoom meeting for a court case dealing with my reckless driving. And during the court case there a bunch of other people on the meet with their own cases. And one if the men showed himself going to the bathroom on camera and his private parts were showing. I am also 17 years... View More
someone accusing me of sexual assault secretly recorded me and coerced me into making a confession for a crime I did not commit. He started screaming and me and threatening to report me to authorities. I feared for my safety so I just told him what he wanted me to say to get him to leave. Is this... View More
The answer depends on many factors, but yes it may be able to be used against you. I suggest that you speak with a lawyer as we don't know all the details of your confession or case to properly advise you.
In order to obtain help, you are really going to need to consult with an experienced matrimonial attorney to find out what your exact situation is and then provide you with an effective plan of action. During the Pandemic, many quality attorneys will provide you with the option of an initial...View More
HR and top management did nothing. I recently found out from one of the HR members that this same employee has multiple pending sexual harassment lawsuits against him and the company. Which our company is settling. I asked for this employee to be kept away from me if these allegations are true.... View More
If the harassment is not sexual in nature, and is not based on your membership in a protected class (race, gender, age, etc.), then there is little protection available under the law. You should consult an employment attorney in your area to discuss the specific type of behavior to which the...View More
What you were describing is not sexual harassment. Absent an employment contract or union agreement any employee, especially working in retail can be fired for any reason at all or for no reason what so ever. Management would have discretion as to whether or not the fire you based on your refusal...View More
The victim generally doesn't press charges it is done by the state otherwise a murder could not be convicted because the person they killed died and can't press charges. That being said the victim will have to at least testify/admit to the fact that the alleged incident did occur.
You may be able to do so, especially if the retail establishment is considered a place of public accommodation, such as a shopping mall. The NJ Division on Civil Rights has a poster which states that victims of sexual harassment are protected:
"In public places - when you get or try to...View More
Are there any laws or rights that protect the victims identity? The victim is afraid of being deported, but without her testimony the charges may be dropped. The attacker has already several victims but they are also afraid to speak up, and their experiences weren’t as traumatic.
Generally, The victim should not have to worry about being deported for testifying about abuse if that is your question, although I would still suggest a consult with an immigration lawyer, as your question is not that clear.
To date, I am not aware of incidents involving physical contact with the employees' "intimate areas", but customers have made lewd comments, then touched employees elsewhere on their bodies, grabbed their arms, sides, etc.
You could call the police, but this may best done by the victim unless they complain to you and/or you know for certain it is not consensual. Also remember never rely on legal advise given over the web as It is only general in nature and may not be specific for your case.
Employers have an obligation to conduct a prompt, thorough and complete investigation into complaints of sexual harassment. This obligation is owed to both the alleged victim and the accused. A proper investigation will include the accused being interviewed by the investigator. You should be...View More
It happened almost everyday. It is happening to other girls too at work. We will cry and cry to the bosses to make a change but they do nothing. Is this considered a case to come forward with. Because there is no physical evidence, just us girls, the delivery drivers, and the bosses know about it.
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