Types of Sexual Harassment at Work
Generally, such harassment will take one of two forms:
- A positive employment move such as hiring, promotion, a pay raise or a favorable work assignment is made contingent upon providing sexual favors.
- The rejection of a sexual advance results in adverse consequences such as termination, demotion or unfavorable work assignments.
This type of harassment is unlawful under state and federal laws. If your employer, manager or an agent of your employer has made sexual demands or suggested a quid pro quo expectation, you may have a viable employment law claim.
What Can a Florida Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment Lawyer Do for Me?
Damages available to victims of quid pro quo harassment may include:
- past and future economic loss,
- emotional distress,
- punitive damages and
- attorneys’ fees.
At Feldman Williams, PLLC, our sexual harassment lawyers are strong advocates for those who have been mistreated at work in Tampa and Atlanta and throughout Florida and Georgia. We can help you understand your rights and options. We have the experience and resources to hold employers accountable for quid pro quo harassment and other unlawful workplace practices.
Count on Our Experience to Protect Your Rights
Let us know how our Florida quid pro quo sexual harassment attorneys can help you with your claim. You can contact our law offices online or by telephone at 877-946-8293 to schedule your free initial assessment with an experienced employment lawyer.