My Employer Is Sending Me Sexual Pictures, What Do I Do lawyer lawsuit

Managers Are Acting Illegally to Sexting Materials to Employees

When a manager sends sexting materials to an employee, that manager is acting illegally. Any manager is expected to act appropriately with the employees, and only use texting for work related and important business issues or questions. When an employer takes advantage of the position of being in charge of the employee or being a boss, then this is an illegal action to send sexting texts to the employee.

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Our legal team has experienced attorneys in Los Angeles, who are ready to get you the desirable results you want when your employer is sending you sexual pictures. You may experience emotional trauma over having received sexual pictures from your employer. We understand how you feel, and we are here for you every step of the way to help you recover the compensation that you need in this type of claim.

Women and Men Are Often Sexually Harassed in the Online Workplace

There are many occasions that men are sexually harassed in the remote online workspace, and they do not want to “make waves,” or call out the person who is harassing them. It is a fact that men and women are equally susceptible to sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment. This means that a woman or man can say to a male employee that he looks like a “hunk,” like a “stud” or can objectify that man in many other ways associated with how the person does look. It is not meant to be a compliment to talk about someone’s physique on a webinar call, especially when the business call was meant to manage a professional issue at the company or business.

Workplace Sexual Harassment Can Cause Depressive Symptoms in the Victim

People who have been the victims of sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment, can suffer depression and symptoms of depression as a result of the sexual harassment. These individuals may experience:

  • Fatigue
  • Sleeplessness
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Lacking energy and strength
  • Feelings of bad conscience or guilt
  • Feeling that life is not worth living
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Restless
  • Lack of motivation
  • Feeling sad
  • Feeling low in spirit

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Who Is Responsible for the Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Remote Workers at a Business?

When the employees are on the “company clock,” meaning on company time and working hours of the company, then the employer is responsible for the actions of the employees. This means, that the employer is supposed to keep the employees who are sexually harassing other employees in check. If the employer is remiss in this duty, then the employer should pay for those actions, and have to defend those actions in a lawsuit on the merits. No one gets to perpetrate sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment, and just skate away as if nothing should happen to the perpetrator.

The victims of sexual harassment over the Internet or the employee’s smart phone, in a work environment are often traumatized by being sexual harassment victims. It only goes to show that the employer needs to make better hiring decisions, if the employees are sexually harassing other people in the remote online workplace environment. Sexual harassment in an office, in an online and remote working environment and anywhere that it happens is still illegal, period! No one has to “take it,” and if people are in the habit of sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment to other coworkers, then they need to have a lawsuit against them to prevent the continuing of this behavior.

Can I Sue When My Manager Is Sending Sexting Messages to Me on My Smart Phone?

Yes, we can sue when your manager is sending sexting message to you on your smart phone. You will want to talk to our Los Angeles case lawyers. Our lawyers on our legal team can file a lawsuit on your behalf, for an employer who is sending you sexual pictures. We are sure that you will be satisfied with the results when you work with our case attorneys in Los Angeles.

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When you give us a call, we can give you a free second opinion regarding this case for your employer sending you sexual pictures. We will review your case for you for free, and we are going to be able to talk to you in confidence about your case against your employer. We are able to maintain your confidentiality, to prevent retaliation from your employer for starting this lawsuit.

Employer Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies Often Get Ignored

Many times, an employer has an anti-sexual harassment policy in place at the organization, business or company. But the policies to prevent sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment are only as good as if they are being followed to the letter. The anti-sexual harassment policy should state:

  1. Clear statement not tolerating sexual harassment of any kind at the business or company
  2. No sexual harassment of a person’s sex or gender
  3. No discrimination of any kind at the business or company
  4. No retaliation of any kind against someone complaining of sexual harassment
  5. No retaliation of any kind for someone requesting an investigation of an incident of sexual harassment at the business or agency

Sexual Harassment Can Also Go with Gender Harassment

Oftentimes, a male or female can be harassed because of his or her gender, while working in a remote online workplace environment. This harassment is illegal and against the law. If you have been harassed for being male or female on the job, you need to give us a call today. Remarks by coworkers, the boss or supervisors, as well as vendors, employees or customers can be degrading, demeaning and make the person hearing those remarks feel very uncomfortable in a professional work environment.

A person can be exposed to sexual harassment on a regular basis in the workplace. Some people are consistently harassed by sexual comments, including:

  • In the last 12 months
  • In the last 6 months
  • In the last 3 months
  • In the last 1 month or 30 days
  • In the last two weeks
  • In the last few days

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