Teens and sexual harassment business and legal reports

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Sexual Harassment of Teenagers at Work

Sexual Harassment of Teenagers at Work | E & B

California teens who are new to the workforce expect to learn about financial responsibility. Instead, they often are exposed to disturbing experiences that include harassment by a supervisor or client. Adult workers suffer sexual harassment in the workplace, too, but younger employees are even less likely than their experienced counterparts to report such abuse. Workers between the ages of 15 and 22 are often unaware that unwanted touching and inappropriate comments may be considered sexual harassment at work. Even worse, those that are educated about sexual harassment may fail to report the incidents because they are too embarrassed or financially strapped. Legal experts say that public agencies responsible for protecting California teens often fail to support those who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. Both state and federal agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, are accused of overlooking the most vulnerable younger workers.

TEENS SUFFER EPIDEMIC OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE

If you are a teenager facing sexual harassment by someone at work, you may not even know that what the person is doing is illegal. Teens and parents need to know what to look for, what to do, and who to talk to when sexual harassment happens at work. In this blog post, I will explain how sexual harassment laws apply to teenagers at work. I will review the recent settlement, EEOC v. Hillcrest Marshall Inc.
Federal government websites often end in. A few summers ago, three teenage girls worked as bussers and hostesses at a yacht and golf club restaurant in Northern California. Shortly after they began working at the restaurant the girls began to experience problems with the executive chef and one of the cooks. The girls claimed that their two male co-workers made inappropriate sexual jokes, asked them for sex and lap dances, and grabbed their breasts and buttocks.