I was at work at a fast food franchise, when my boss came up from behind and started tucking my shirt inside my pants from behind, as I began to turn around she already had about 4 successful attempts
You may want to check with your HR department. Your boss appears to be making unwanted physical contact, and this may become an issue of greater magnitude if it does not stop.
In short it is possible to sue and get money damages for unwanted touching. Whether the actions of your boss rise to the level to support a jury awarding money is a question that you may want to discuss with an attorney.
You absolutely would have a claim and should not be subjected to that kind of behavior. you should contact a local employment attorney immediately to discuss this in further detail.
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I would want to ask you some more questions but it sounds improper for sure.
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If this is the fourth time she has done this type of thing to you, you should consult an employment lawyer.
You should consult an employment attorney, this is wholly inappropriate and most likely actionable. If there were witnesses or if the location has security cameras that caught any of this on tape, it would be a tough case for the franchise to beat.
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