FAQs About Harassment During the Hiring Process
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You’re interviewing for a job. Everything seems to be going well. Then the interview takes a disturbing turn. Perhaps the interviewer makes a suggestive comment. Or maybe it’s a much more blatant example of sexual harassment. What should you do? What are your rights?
Get straight answers to your complex questions. Talk to the Andrus Law Firm in Salt Lake City. Sexual harassment attorney Randy M. Andrus and the rest of our legal team are familiar with harassment FAQs and can answer your questions about your potential case.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Simply contact us and schedule your free consultation today. Everything you discuss with us about being harassed during the hiring process will remain private and confidential.
What is your question about being harassed during the hiring process for a job?
- What should I do if I was sexually harassed during a job interview?
- What should I do if I was offered a job in exchange for sexual favors?
- What should I do if I was denied a job offer for refusing to engage in sexual activity?
- Who investigates complaints involving harassment during the hiring process in Utah?
- Can I file a lawsuit against a company for harassing me during the hiring process?
- How can a lawyer help me with my case involving harassment during the hiring process?
Contact our law firm as soon as possible. We can explain all the legal options available to you and which one makes the most sense for your specific circumstances. It’s also important to talk to us soon after you were sexually harassed during your job interview for several reasons. One, your memory of the event will be fresh in your mind. Two, there’s often a deadline (known as the statute of limitations) for taking legal action in such cases in Utah. Three, the person who sexually harassed you may have already hired a lawyer to defend their actions. We can help you level the playing field and fight to hold your harasser accountable.
As soon as possible, write down exactly what was said to you. Or use your phone or another electronic device to make an audio or video recording of yourself explaining exactly what happened during your job interview. This evidence can be critical in your sexual harassment case against your employer. We also suggest contacting us right away to discuss your legal options. We’re here to help you.
Here again, evidence matters when it comes to these complex legal cases. Write down or record your memories of exactly what was said during your job interview. Be as precise as possible. We realize this is a difficult and perhaps even traumatic thing to do. That’s why we encourage you to make an appointment with our law firm. You can talk to us in private during your free consultation. Everything you tell us will remain confidential. You have our word.
In general, two government agencies investigate work-related harassment complaints – the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Deciding who to file your complaint with can be a difficult decision. That’s why we want to meet with you. After you explain to us what happened to you, we can suggest how best to proceed. Our advice is based on years of experience and everything you discuss with us during your free consultation will remain private and confidential.
Yes. However, the process for filing a harassment lawsuit against a company can be very complicated. Before you can officially file a lawsuit, you will first need approval from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to do so. Cases involving discrimination during the hiring process can be challenging since the person who sexually harassed you during your job interview will likely deny doing anything wrong. We can work with you and help set the record straight.
Evidence builds strong legal cases. That’s why you need an experienced, Utah sexual harassment lawyer who can investigate your claim and find the facts you need to win your case. Attorney Randy M. Andrus knows what questions to ask and what approach to take to strengthen your case. That’s because he and his legal team have decades of experience handling complex cases. We also know how to work with government agencies investigating claims and can be there for you every step of the way – whether it’s negotiating with another attorney representing the company or being there for you in the courtroom. You can count on us.