What Qualifies As Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment is different than other forms of workplace discrimination because while many discrimination cases are based on your termination, sexual harassment rarely is. Unlike gender discrimination, for example, where you may be fired or underpaid because of your gender, sexual harassment is defined by the environment it creates in your office. If a superior is making your workplace hostile because of sexual innuendo, unwelcome sexual advances or verbal or physical sexual conduct, you likely have a case against your employer.
If your Texas employer is violating your rights, we will defend you. We are deeply experienced in sexual harassment cases, and our lawyers will work to get you what you deserve. Our team is based in San Antonio, and we know the difficulties of proving and crafting a sexual harassment case. We also know how to defend your rights, and that’s exactly what we’ll do.
What Is Quid Quo Pro Sexual Harassment?
Quid pro quo is a form of sexual harassment where your superior is offering you benefits in exchange for sexual favors, or even suggests doing so without overtly offering. This is harassment.
These cases can be hard to prove, because often the harassment is verbal, and courts will look for proof. This is why it is so important to have an experienced attorney on your side who is deeply knowledgeable about sexual harassment laws, and how to craft a case that defends your rights.