Is Your Supervisor Sexually Harassing You at Work?

Many people experience some uncomfortable language or behavior at work, whether it comes in the form of explicit jokes, e-mails or uncomfortable language around the water cooler. If you are beginning to sense a hostile work environment, retaliation or your relationship with a co-worker or supervisor is changing because of your sex, however, you may have a legal claim to protect your rights. Contact The Cromer Law Group PLLC to determine if you have been a victim of sexual harassment or discrimination.

The employment law attorneys at The Cromer Law Group PLLC, proudly serving clients throughout metro Detroit, Oakland, Wayne and Macomb County, Michigan, have an excellent record of protecting employees from sexual harassment and discrimination by employers. Our attorneys work aggressively to file claims to stop the harassing behavior, protect our clients’ jobs and obtain full and fair monetary damages for the violations of Michigan and federal law.

Contact us to learn more about our record of success in obtaining significant settlements on behalf of individual employees and groups of employees. We represent clients throughout the metro Detroit area and all of southeastern Michigan.

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

Top Ten Tips for Victims of Sexual Harassment

For many victims of sexual harassment, it takes courage to speak out. But it’s the only way to protect your rights and your job. Here are some simple tips for dealing with it at the workplace:

  1. Contact The Cromer Law Group PLLC, so that we can help obtain an EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) Right to Sue Letter before it’s too late. We don’t recommend that you do this on your own.
  2. The Cromer Law Group PLLC can help you write a letter or e-mail to a manager so your complaint of sexual harassment is in writing.
  3. Make sure it is clear to your harasser that the offensive conduct is unwelcome.
  4. Keep a journal of all incidents with the dates and details.
  5. Do not engage in behavior, jokes, or interactions at work that could be used against you.
  6. Do not drink alcohol with co-workers or managers.
  7. Obtain a copy of all of your employer’s sexual harassment policies, so that The Cromer Law Group PLLC can better determine whether your employer has violated its own policies.
  8. Make a list of all potential witnesses, they can also be anonymous witnesses.
  9. If you are experiencing emotional distress, please communicate your symptoms to your doctor.
  10. Make an appointment with a psychologist or therapist to begin documenting your emotional distress symptoms.

For a FREE 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.

The Cromer Law Group PLLC
248-809-6790 (office)
248-587-7344 (facsimile)
313-213-5875 (24/7 bus. cell)