The short answer is yes. Usually, its a parent, sibling or partner that was assaulted and later presents themselves as a surety or just wants to resume contact. What you need to check to see if there are any court orders prohibiting the offender from contact. Sometimes those are stand alone court...Read more »
Im new to my workplace and a coworker IM’d “hello. I just like to get to know all of the new workers.” We exchanged back and fourth about our school and work histories but he asked abruptly “what’s the dirtiest thing you’ve done? Not PG.” And I said nothing. He then proceeded to say... Read more »
Difficult to fully and properly answer, context is everything, but briefly, sexual harassment can include: Unwelcome sexual advances; Offensive remarks about a person’s gender; Requests for sexual favours; Physical intimidation. It all depends on the context the remarks are made and if they...Read more »
Depending on the circumstances, this could be a complicated issue. If they are trying to use the recordings to blackmail you, extort you, or threaten you, it could be a few different crimes (although the legislature passed the revenge porn law, I do not believe it’s been signed into law). If you...Read more »
I served on the board of directors as vice president I was thrown off the board by the false allegation and now my name is being tarnished in the community. I need to speak with someone in regards to my rights and what i can do legally.
See: http://www.ncsl.org/research/human-services/state-civil-statutes-of-limitations-in-child-sexua.aspx. Apart from statutes of limitations in such issues, evidence is particularly tricky after such a long time, particularly in sex abuse cases. Also see:...Read more »
Sexual harassment includes all unwelcome sexual advances or behaviors in the workplace, even when you are not yet an employee of that company. If you were sexually harassed or discriminated against because of your gender during a job interview, it may or may not be severe enough to file a claim....Read more »
Employers have a responsibility to prevent sexual harassment. A coworker, a supervisor in another area of the company, or even a non-employee, like a vendor, can be the perpetrator. You can read more about the laws that protect you from sexual harassment at...Read more »
they told me to either step down and go back to being senior machine operator, resign, do a investigation which my manager said would be bad, they had no documentation, only and open door policy from this new manager to all production employees, my group of employees complained about the overtime,... Read more »
Have you reported it to human resources? You should do so. They will try to keep it confidential and everyone they interview should be told that any person who is interviewed and discusses an investigation could have disciplinary action taken against them for discussing the investigation with...Read more »
What did the employer know? What did the employer do? What training and notices did the employer provide? Most importantly, who was the accused in relation to the accuser? If the accused has a Ph.D. and the accuser has essentially no formal education - a 1 employee shop- there may be no defenses....Read more »
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