The Law Offices of Brandon S. Steele
An Experienced Attorney Serving West Virginia

Seek Justice After Experiencing Sexual Harassment

In spite of long-running efforts to combat sexual harassment through the passage of laws, workplace training sessions and other measures, many people are still forced to work in hostile work environments because a supervisor, co-worker or workplace culture fails to respect reasonable boundaries of professional etiquette.

Everyone has a right to a safe and professional environment, regardless of the industry you work in. Sexual harassment occurs in white collar offices, restaurants, retail stores, churches and many other contexts. If you have been harassed at your workplace, The Law Offices of Brandon S. Steele is committed to helping you obtain justice under West Virginia employment law.

Not Sure If You've Been Harassed? We Can Help.

Sexual harassment can take many forms. In fact, it's not always obvious if an unwelcome behavior you have witnessed is a violation of the law. Some of the most common forms of harassment include:

  • Quid pro quo transactions, in which one party offers a job, promotion, pay raise or other work-related benefit in exchange for sex or related activities
  • Unwanted touching
  • Nasty jokes that fail to meet basic standards of workplace professionalism

As a general rule, though, if you are wondering whether treatment you have experienced at work qualifies as sexual harassment, it is worthwhile to meet with a lawyer and learn more about your legal options. Attorney Brandon S. Steele will help you design a legal strategy tailored to your needs.

Hold Your Employer Accountable

The first step you should take after you've experienced harassment is to meet with a knowledgeable employment law attorney. To schedule an appointment with The Law Offices of Brandon S. Steele, call us at 304-253-1230, or reach us by email. Our office is located in Beckley, West Virginia.

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