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For Employers — Sexual Harassment

If an employee is being sexually harassed by a supervisor, co-worker, vendor or other individual with which the employee comes into contact with in or about the workplace, the employer is duty-bound to protect the employee. Often times, the sexual harasser does not even consider what he or she is doing to be sexual harassment.  They view it as just joking around. However, it is no joke when a Charge of Discrimination is made against your company. The Wilson Firm is available to assist you in investigating a complaint of sexual harassment, determining what actions if any should be taken if the complaint is substantiated, to represent your company during a Delaware Department of Labor or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigation and to take your case through trial if necessary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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