For a period of 4-5 months, my boss would tell me I looked sexy, smelled good, was going to get him in trouble, etc. I told his boss, he told HR. HR concluded their investigation & says "appropriate action has been taken." HR says they understand I don't feel comfortable dealing with him, so I should just communicate with the harasser's boss, who is quitting in a week & won't be replaced. I work from home usually, but do go into the office. This is severely limiting my interactions with the team. I do not want to work with my boss. I feel completely uncomfortable. I haven't been able to sleep & this has been causing a health issue to flare up. Is this retaliation? What rights do I have? Can they force me to work with him? I don't want to quit but feel like I'm being forced out.
Sexual Harassment Attorney
You really should consult with your own employment law attorney. I always think it is wise to visit with an attorney who specializes in sexual harassment cases and discuss these matters in detail and get legal advice as what would be your best course of action. An attorney can give you an opinion as to whether you have a viable claim, and what procedural steps you should take. Most attorneys handle these cases on a contingency percentage fee, taking a percentage of the recovery. There are no hourly fees and most attorneys do not charge anything for an initial appointment to discuss your case.
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According to Nebraska law you must make a claim for sexual harassment with the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission within 300 days of the alleged sexual harassment or your claim may be barred. You can review the NEOC website along with the EEOC website for more information. I would recommend speaking to an attorney. I will advise I do have experience on these type of matters and would be willing to discuss this matter with you. Thanks. Doug Novotny