Can My Employer Refuse to Punish Sexually Harassing Coworkers

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Under State and Federal sexual harassment laws, employers are required to investigate sexual harassment claims and take prompt, reasonable steps to end the harassment. If an employer fails to do that, they can be sued for damages.

To read more about sexual harassment in the workplace, click here. If you think you may have a claim against your employer, you can contact us here.
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