Retaliation for Complaining About Sexual Harassment

Experienced Kansas City Sexual Harassment Retaliation Lawyers

It is against the law for an employer to retaliate in any way against an employee, no matter what the situation is. Unfortunately, retaliation for complaining or reporting issues — such as sexual harassment — happens all too often. If you believe you are being retaliated against for complaining or reporting sexual harassment, we encourage you to contact our law firm.

Thornberry Brown, LLC has more than 45 years of combined experience representing individuals in employment law matters, including retaliation for complaining about sexual harassment. We focus our practice on advocating for employees, meaning we never represent or side with an employer. You can count on our legal team for competent and direct legal advice at all times.

Retaliation in the Workplace

Sexual harassment can occur in the workplace under a number of scenarios, and it is not always severe or frequent enough to warrant pursuing a lawsuit However, if an employee feels bothered or uncomfortable in any way, they should take action and file a complaint about the situation. Even if the underlying sexual harassment is not severe, there may be retaliation from your employer. In many situations, a case of retaliation is even more damaging than a harassment case. Your employer cannot retaliate against you for reporting these incidents. For example, you cannot be demoted, refused a promotion, have your hours reduced or fired because you reported sexual harassment.

What Steps Should I Take if I Believe I am Being Sexually Harassed?

If you believe that you are being sexually harassed in the workplace, whether you are female or male, we encourage you to follow your employer's policy for reporting such behavior. Most employers have rules about reporting these incidents, and it is always best to follow these rules. While reporting sexual harassment to your employer or even speaking with a lawyer can seem embarrassing or uncomfortable, it is in your best interests to do so. At Thornberry Brown, LLC we are here to provide objective support and make certain your rights are protected.

Have you Experienced Sexual Harassment Backlash? Contact Thornberry Brown, LLC.

Contact our Missouri law firm today. Our attorneys will protect your rights and ensure that you receive the assertive representation you need. We can be reached online or by phone at 816-531-8383 or 877-394-5619. We offer free initial consultations and can make evening/weekend appointments by request.