If I Ignore It, Will Sexual Harassment Just Go Away?
DuPage County Lawyers Explain Why Reporting Sexual Harassment Is Important
In our years of experience with sexual harassment cases at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, we often hear how clients believe the sexual harassment were simply jokes that would eventually go away. However, this is not often the case; workplace sexual harassment usually does not stop until the victim reports the harassment. You do not deserve to feel uncomfortable at your workplace to the point that it is intolerable. Therefore, you should report any incident of sexual harassment as soon as possible.
You should not hesitate in notifying your company’s human resources department or a supervisor in order to immediately end the harassment from any coworkers. Although it may seem unlikely, the situation can easily escalate.
We often hear from our clients that the sexual harassment did not go away until it was reported. At Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, we believe that no one should ever have to feel this uncomfortable at their workplace and have to deal with any form of harassment. We understand that this can be a very sensitive subject matter and an uncomfortable subject to discuss. Therefore, our lawyers approach each sexual harassment case with compassion, empathy, and skill.
We have years of experience with sexual harassment cases to provide quality representation. If you have any questions regarding sexual harassment, do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us at 630-665-7300, so we can schedule a consultation. We have assisted clients all over the west Chicagoland suburbs, including St. Charles, Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, and Kendall County suburbs.