Employees know that complaining about their supervisor or manager can cause some serious problems at work. Unfortunately, many people put up with sexual harassment by their supervisor, the owner or CEO of their company for months and years before they finally speak out. If your supervisor is harassing you, though, the sooner you contact us, the sooner you can protect your rights and your job.

Sexual Harassment by a Supervisor in metro Detroit, Oakland, Wayne and Macomb County, Michigan

At The Cromer Law Group PLLC, we believe that no employee should have to be afraid to protect themselves from harassing and discriminatory behavior from their supervisor or manager. Contact us. We will provide a free consultation to explain the law and help you determine the best way to proceed to make the harassment stop.

Don’t wait too long. For sexual harassment claims, managers and supervisors have a special level of liability. If you put up with unlawful behavior for months or years, and then suddenly complaint, your employer may try to use it against you. It’s not fair, but it often works! Contact The Cromer Law Group PLLC, as soon as possible to ensure that this doesn’t happen to you.

What Does Supervisor Sexual Harassment Look Like?

Generally, sexual harassment by supervisors and managers is about abusing a position of power and/or gaining some level of control over the employee. Many times, it can be subtle and build up over a period of time. Ask yourself if you have observed any of the following behaviors by your employer:

  • Inappropriate leaning too close to talk to you at your desk
  • Unwelcome touching
  • Inappropriate language, dirty jokes
  • Consistently asking what you do with your evening and weekend time
  • Phoning or e-mailing you at home or off-hours
  • Quid pro quo, expecting something in exchange for a promotion or pay raise (e.g., leave or sexual favors)
  • Asking you out on dates

What About Retaliation?

Make no mistake, the possibility of retaliation after filing a sexual harassment or discrimination complaint with your human resources department is very real. That’s why it is important to talk to a qualified employment lawyer to start the process of protecting your rights and your job immediately,

For a confidential consultation with an experienced employment law attorney, call 248-809-6790 or 313-213-5875 (24 hours) or contact us online

This testimonial or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.

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