Sexual Harassment

Most of us are employed or have been employed. While employed some – both men and women – are sexually harassed by other employees or, more egregiously, by their employers or supervisors. Sexual harassment can be simple inappropriate comments either sexual content or otherwise that create a hostile environment or can be more serious including inappropriate touching or pressure for sexual favors, sometimes in exchange for promotions or retention of employment.
Actual Case: Client worked at a glass facility, was continually groped by other employees, forced to watch pornographic movies, subjected to constant sexual jokes and ultimately raped by her supervisor.