• India Bodien

Sexual Harassment - Unwanted Touching in the Workplace

Sexual touching in the workplace is a common complaint of sexual harassment victims. When it comes to touching, sexual harassment can include, but is not limited to, overt sexual touching on the body, kissing, sexually offensive hugging, massaging, "brushing" up against a person, and grabbing a person's body parts. Sexual harassment in the form of unwanted sexual touching is not just limited to boss-on-employee touching. An employer may be liable for sexual harassment for co-worker sexual harassment, sexual harassment by a patient, sexual harassment by a vendor, sexual harassment by a customer, and other third-party sexual harassment.

In a recent Washington sexual harassment case against two resorts, the resort owners were accused of sexual harassment consisting of lewd sexual comments and sexual touching of female employees in the workplace. The EEOC filed a sexual harassment lawsuit, which settled.

If you believe that you have a sexual harassment case, you should speak to an experienced sexual harassment lawyer today. Contact us for a free and confidential sexual harassment consultation today by clicking here.

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