You’re the only woman in your department and you’re being harassed.
You were excited when you got the job in the machine shop. Then you found out you were the first woman in the shop. You thought it would be all right, but it turned out to be your worst nightmare.
They won’t leave you alone. Sexual jokes, innuendo, sexual pictures anonymously left on your work station— the workplace bullying never stops. You have a stomach ache every day when you go to work and you have fear and anxiety even when you are not at work.
This is workplace harassment and it’s wrong. You deserve better, and you need lawyers who will help you fight back.
Workplace harassment comes in many forms such as workplace bullying and sexual harassment. You might be targeted for your race, ethnicity, religion, or anything that makes you different. Whatever form it comes in, it is workplace harassment.
You deserve justice for what you have gone through—you need a lawyer skilled in workplace harassment law to fight back.
We know workplace harassment laws. We work with it every day, and we will help you fight for your rights.
Fighting for justice against workplace harassment
The law is on your side—workplace harassment is against the law. You should consult with a workplace harassment lawyer—one who is experienced in fighting workplace issues. We work every day on issues like workplace harassment and we can help you fight for your rights.
Need a lawyer to fight workplace harassment? Here is your next step.
You’ve been pushed far enough. It’s time to call us and find out how we can make your employer pay for what they’ve done to you.
Important note: Under the law, you have a limited amount of time to act.
Call us for a consultation to find out how we can ensure you get the justice you deserve. Call 419-243-9005 or click here to contact us today. Widman & Franklin LLC. has licensed employment lawyers in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Connecticut and West Virginia.Contact Us
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