Your employer announcing a holiday party for Christmas is a gift to all, and, in particular, to every sexual harassment attorney Los Angeles. Wondering why? Because holiday parties organized by employers are usually full of violations of laws and illegal activities.
Particularly, there is a noticeable uptick in the number of sexual harassment claims filed after holiday parties around Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Slapping female employees’ bottoms or attempting to kiss them on the lips may not seem like a big deal to your California employer who has had too much to drink during a holiday party, but it should definitely not go unnoticed by the employees.
While company rules may not be in effect at holiday parties, California laws are. So if you have been sexually harassed by your boss during a holiday party, consult with a Los Angeles sexual harassment attorney from The Rager Law Firm to prepare a very special gift for your employer for Christmas: a sexual harassment claim.
Depending on when your employer is planning to organize a holiday party, it may be weeks until you get to see your overly polite and serious coworkers drink, dance, laugh, and (unfortunately) throw up until 4 am. If you are a female worker, you have just a few more weeks until the holiday party, during which your boss will most likely hold you by the waist for too long, tell you an inappropriate joke, or worse, attempt to stick his disgusting tongue into your mouth with dancing with you.
You do not necessarily have to become a victim of sexual harassment at a holiday party, as you can prevent any unwanted sexual advances from your employer and coworkers by leaving the party if you notice one of the following things at the party:
If you have been sexually harassed by your employer or coworkers during a holiday party, do not hesitate to contact The Rager Law Firm. Schedule a free consultation with our lawyers to find out whether or not your employer’s or coworker’s actions constitute sexual harassment. Call our offices at 310-527-6994 today.
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