Can my employer fire me if I complain about sexual harassment?
No. Employees who make a claim of sexual harassment are protected from retaliation under federal and state anti-discrimination laws. An employer may not take any negative employment action on someone who reports harassment such as demotion, pay cut, termination, or anything else.
Other Sexual Harassment FAQs:
- Can I file a sexual harassment claim against my employer if I was harassed outside of the workplace?
- Can I file a sexual harassment claim even if there were no witnesses?
- Can my employer fire me if I complain about sexual harassment?
- Can sexual harassment victims stay anonymous?
- Does verbal harassment count as sexual harassment?
- How can a lawyer help me with my sexual harassment claim?
- How long do I have to file a sexual harassment claim?
- I was sexually harassed at work do I need an attorney?
- What evidence do you need to prove sexual harassment at work?
- What happens if you are laid off after being sexually harassed?
- What is sexual harassment at work?
- What is sexual harassment in the workplace?
- What should I do if I was sexually harassed at work?
- Who do I tell if I feel that I am being sexually harassed at work?