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sexual harrassment

Has your boss or manager made unwelcomed sexual remarks to you?  Has a co-worker touched you in an inappropriate manner?  Have you been subjected to frequent inappropriate jokes and stories despite your repeated requests for such language to stop?  Have you been denied a promotion or raise because you refused to flirt with or have a romantic relationship with your manager?  These are examples of sexual harassment, which is prohibited in the workplace under both federal and state law.

Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), 42 U.S.C. §2000e-2, and the Tennessee Human Rights Act (THRA), Tenn. Code Ann. §4-21-401, prohibit sexual harassment in the workplace. These laws also prohibit retaliation for reporting sexual harassment and equally protect both men and women.

For more information about Title VII's protections against sexual harassment, follow this link to the EEOC's website.

Let the law firm of Burnette, Dobson & Pinchak evaluate your discrimination case. Our attorneys have the years of experience and success in both state and federal courts to represent you in your sexual harassment case. Please call (423) 266-2121 for an appointment today.

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