What Is Sexting?
Sexting is the use of sexual content when texting someone on a smart phone or handheld device. It is not appropriate for someone at the workplace to ever send a sex-based text to someone in the workplace. Sexting can be the sending, receiving or forwarding of any sex-based videos, photographs, messages or any type of content such as quotes, cartoons or any content that can be forwarded on a smart phone or hand-held device to someone one else.
If someone is sending sexting texts to you on your phone during working hours, that individual is breaking the law. If it is a manger, boss, supervisor or other employer representative, this is an illegal action and should never be tolerated. You have an actionable offense if you are being treated this way by your manager. If this disgusting behavior is happening to you on your job, you need to give us a call immediately. You need not suffer in silence, you can talk to us in confidence about the issue, and we can help you with the next steps to initiating a lawsuit for this behavior from your boss, manager or supervisor at your work or place of employment.
Who Is Responsible for the Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Remote Workers at a Business?
The employer is responsible for the prevention of sexual harassment of remote workers at a business or company. The problem with this statement is that oftentimes, the employer is the person doing the sexual harassing of an employee at the business, agency or company! Sometimes an employer takes advantage of that role of power, and perpetrates sexual harassment over the Internet in a work environment to one or more of the employees. When this happens, you need to call our law office right away, to discuss your options for initiating a lawsuit on the merits of this type of case.
Examples of Sexual Harassment on a Video Chat or Webinar Call
- Talking about a pregnant woman’s physical attributes or pregnancy inappropriately
- Making catcalls to women on a webinar call
- Leering or making comments on what a person is wearing on a video chat call
- Making suggestive whistling on a video chat call for business
- Unwanted flirting on a business video call
- Repeatedly asking for dates on a video call in front of other coworkers
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“Can I Sue My Employer When My Manager Starts Sexting Me?”
Yes, we can sue on this type of case for you in a court of law. The employer is responsible for the manager’s behavior. An employer hires a manager, supervisor or department head with the idea that the individual put in a position of leadership at the organization will have much responsibility, read: major responsibility over other employees and the resources of the organization.
If the managers, supervisors, leaders and department heads of a company, business or organization are acting inappropriately and sexting employees, the employer should stop this behavior with warnings and even termination for that behavior. Who goes to work and expects to be sexually accosted by sexting from a boss, manger, leader or supervisor? The answer is no one expects to have to endure this behavior, and you don’t have to endure it either.
If Your Boss Is Sexting You at Work, Then Call Our Law Office Immediately!
If your boss has been sexting to you and you have had to endure those inappropriate messages, you need to give our office a call. You can get to us by phone, or by coming in to talk to our Los Angeles case lawyers, who can file a lawsuit regarding your case against the perpetrators. You don’t have to let this situation keep going on, and you just feeling like a helpless victim. You can call us today, and talk to our case attorneys in Los Angeles, who are ready to defend you, and who can sue on this type of case. We handle these types of cases on a regular basis, and are ready to help you too right now.
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We offer a zero-fee guarantee for everyone who gives us a call. There is never any up-front fee for you to pay to talk to us, and you are always eligible for our zero-fee guarantee. You can talk to our legal team, to be able to have access to a lawyer with knowledge and experience with managing cases, claims and emotional damage and trauma regarding a manager, supervisor or boss sexting you in your professional duty as an employee.
“Why Is My Boss Sexting Me, What Did I Do Wrong?”
When a manager, boss or supervisor is sexting an employee on the job, it is the bad behavior of the employer not the victim of the sexting, that is “wrong.” If you are the victim of a manager sexting to you, you have not done anything wrong, the manager is performing an illegal action at the place of employment.
You need to get on our team, and spend time talking to us about your manager sexting you. We know that this can be a confusing and stressful time, what with the manager at your job acting so inappropriately. When you give us a call today, we can help you get your lawsuit started right away. We understand that you need to discuss the merits of your case with a lawyer with specialty in sexting and sexual harassment on a job, in the professional atmosphere and environment.
Free Second Opinion
In the case that you are working with someone on this case and are not satisfied, you are within your rights to talk to anyone you want to talk to about your case. Remember, that you can still talk to us for a second opinion at any time you request one from us on this case. We have on our team lawyers who can help with your emotional abuse and sexting from a manager, boss or supervisor. This is egregiously poor judgment on the part of the manger, supervisor or boss at your employment. We want you to know, that you don’t have to “take” this, bad and illegal behavior as part of a condition for working at your job. It is unacceptable, and it must not be tolerated.
You will be able to recover the compensation that you deserve, with an experienced attorney in Los Angeles who knows what to do with the issue of a supervisor, manager, boss or other person in a position of leadership above you who is taking advantage of the position by sexting to you.
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If you are experiencing issues at your current job, whereby your supervisor, manager, boss or other person responsible for managing the employees is sexting to you during the work day, you need to run to your smart phone, and give us a call. You can tell us in the strictest of confidence what is happening to you, and we will be able to help you in this regard to begin a lawsuit on this issue. Just give us a call today for a free consultation regarding your case, of a boss or manager sexting to you while you are on the job.
There are many jobs where the manager, boss or supervisor does need to contact you on your smart phone. In those cases, the manager or boss is not expected to take advantage of this boundary access to you for professional reasons. It is always wrong, for a manager to start sexting to you and causing you to be traumatized by sexting you on your phone during work hours or outside of work hours.