FAQs About Harassment From Supervisors
Our Salt Lake City sexual harassment lawyer can stand up for your rights
Is your supervisor harassing you at work? Worried about what to do next? Get answers to your questions about sexual harassment from a Salt Lake City sexual harassment attorney who knows how the legal system works in Utah. Contact the Andrus Law Firm in Salt Lake City.
Attorney Randy M. Andrus can answer your harassment FAQs. We can also offer advice about what to do in your specific circumstances. That’s because we realize that every legal case is different and requires a unique approach. That’s why we want to meet with you.
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What is your question about being harassed by a supervisor at work?
- What should I do if my supervisor at work sexually harassed me?
- Do I have to file a complaint with my company if my supervisor harassed me?
- Who can I file a sexual harassment complaint with in Utah if my supervisor harassed me?
- What should I do if I was fired because I complained about my supervisor harassing me?
- Who investigates sexual harassment complaints in Utah involving my supervisor harassing me?
- Can I file a lawsuit against my company if my supervisor sexually harasses me?
- What should I do if my sexual harassment complaint against my supervisor is not being taken seriously?
- How can a lawyer help me with my harassment case involving my supervisor?
File a complaint with your company’s human resources department or with the owner of the company. If you don’t feel comfortable doing so, you can simply talk to us. You can explain what happened and we can offer you advice on what to do next. We know what to do because sexual harassment attorney Randy M. Andrus and his legal team have been doing this work for decades in Utah.
Not necessarily. You may choose to file a complaint with one of the two government agencies that normally investigates such complaints – the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD). It may in your best interests to file a formal complaint with your employer if your supervisor harassed you. You can discuss which approach makes the most sense for you when you discuss your case with us during your free, confidential consultation.
In general, most people who have been harassed at work in Utah by their supervisor choose to file a complaint with the state or federal agency responsible for investigating such claims – the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). If you are not sure which agency to file a complaint with, you can talk to us. Salt Lake City sexual harassment attorney Randy M. Andrus and the rest of our legal team have years of experience handling complex cases. We can offer you advice and help you every step of the way.
First, write down exactly what happened. Or record an audio or video recording of yourself explaining your wrongful termination. Get your thoughts and recollections down while they’re still fresh in your mind. Or you can skip this step and simply talk to us right away. We can discuss all the legal options available in a wrongful termination case, especially in a case involving sexual harassment by a supervisor. You have already been through enough. We want to help you hold your supervisor accountable for his or her actions.
There are two, government agencies that investigate sexual harassment complaints – the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD), which is a state agency, or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a federal agency. We help you decide which agency to file a complaint with based on the circumstances surrounding your sexual harassment complaint involving your supervisor.
In many cases, yes. However, the process for filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against your employer if you’re being harassed by your supervisor can be complicated. In general, you will likely need to prove that your company was aware that you were being harassed but did nothing about it. You will also need approval from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against your employer. We can help you every step of the way through this complex, legal process.
Talk to us. Our law firm has years of experience handling complicated legal cases. Once you explain to us exactly what happened, we can work with you and do everything we can to make sure your sexual harassment complaint gets the attention it rightfully deserves. We know Utah’s laws and how the legal system works here. That’s why we have such a strong track record of success.
A sexual harassment case involving your supervisor can be very complicated. There’s a very good chance your supervisor will deny doing anything wrong. Worst of all, your employer might support your supervisor and mount a strong legal challenge against you. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced sexual harassment attorney on your side who can level the playing field. We’re not intimidated by other lawyers or large corporations. That’s because attorney Randy M. Andrus and his legal team have decades of experience handling complex sexual harassment cases throughout Utah.