Sexual harassment on the job in New Jersey or elsewhere may fall under one of the following categories:
Categories of Sexual Harassment in New Jersey
- Hostile work environment, which may include teasing, taunting, joking or direct insults based on gender or perceived sexual characteristics
- Quid pro quo, when, for example, a supervisor, boss or senior employee appears to demand sexual favors in exchange for hiring, promotion or preferences in office conditions or to avoid demotion or firing
What recourse do you have if you have experienced sexual harassment on the job in New Jersey? A careful analysis of the facts of your case as you perceive them is a necessary first step in attempting to answer that question fully. An experienced employment law attorney at Scura, Wigfield, Heyer & Stevens, LLP, is prepared to listen to your story and make preliminary recommendations.
Our Experienced Employment Discrimination Attorneys
We bring years of experience and a track record of favorable outcomes on behalf of many previous clients who had been subjected to sexual harassment at work. We are confident in our ability to determine whether you have a case, and if you do, how best to pursue the results that matter most to you. With the right representation the following outcomes are possible in a sexual harassment lawsuit:
- Reinstatement to your job if you were fired and wish to return
- Repayment of lost income if you were demoted, had your salary reduced or were passed over for promotion, apparently because you did not cooperate with the quid pro quo requests for sexual favors
- A statement of apology
- Or some other remedial action on your employer's part
An experienced employment discrimination attorney will be prepared to listen to your story and make preliminary recommendations. At Scura, Wigfield, Heyer & Stevens LLP, we bring years of experience and a track record of favorable outcomes on behalf of many previous clients who had been subjected to sexual harassment at work.