Inappropriate Supervisor Conduct
My Supervisor is Engaging in Inappropriate Conduct
Watch the following educational legal video by Lisa A. Poch, an experienced Hamburg employment lawyer on how to handle inappropriate supervisor conduct at work.
Sometimes a client will call because they have a supervisor at work who’s behaving inappropriately. My first question for them is always, “Well, what do you mean by inappropriate?” A lot of times, people are just working for a jerk and, while that’s unfortunate, it’s not unlawful for your boss to be mean, act like a jerk, or behave inappropriately – in the sense that they’re doing something you don’t like. If their conduct rises to the level of sexual harassment, harassment, or inappropriate behavior on the basis of your gender, race, religion, age, or whether you suffer from a disability, those types of things and conduct targeted at that stuff is totally against the law. You should reach out to an attorney right away to stop that conduct and protect your interests.
There are legal protections for victims of harassment and actions victims can take, with the help of an attorney, to pursue justice, compensation, and security. The experienced Hamburg employment lawyers at Chiacchia & Fleming, LLP have extensive experience in aggressively representing the rights of employees against inappropriate supervisor conduct, and all kinds of workplace disputes. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Let our experience work for you.