New Jersey Attorneys Defending Your Right to a Comfortable Workplace
We should all be able to go to work without facing sexual coercion or harassment.
If this hasn’t been the case for you, we are here to help. At Brandon
J. Broderick, Attorney at Law, our New Jersey employment lawyers represent
victims of two main types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile
Quid Pro Quo
Quid pro quo is Latin for “this for that” and occurs when a
supervisor propositions a subordinate for sex, sexual contact, or sexual
favors in exchange for advancement, or as a condition of employment. Whether
your superior offered you a promotion in exchange for a date or threatened
to fire you if you did not comply with their sexual advances, you may
have been the victim of quid pro quo harassment.
If you have been harmed by this type of behavior, you are likely eligible
for compensation. Contact us
today for more information.
Hostile Work Environment
If going to work is difficult or uncomfortable due to
discrimination, your workplace may be considered a hostile work environment. This type
of harassment occurs when unwelcome comments based on a person’s
protected characteristics interfere with an employee’s work performance.
Hostile work environments can also include unwelcome touching, physical
or verbal threats, and the display of inappropriate photographs or content.
Protected characteristics include, but are not limited to:
- Sexual Orientation
If your workplace feels intimidating or offensive due to the words or actions
of a co-worker, supervisor, contractor, client, vendor, or visitor; you
are likely experiencing a hostile work environment.
Sexually Harassed in New York or New Jersey? We Can Help.
If you have been the victim of quid pro quo or hostile workplace harassment,
Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law can help you restore your safety
without damaging your reputation.
Our attorneys have a track record of success and have recovered millions of dollars
in verdicts and settlements for our clients.
Get your life back and call us today at (201) 870-1909. You can also contact us online
for a free consultation.
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