By Jack Tuckner, Esq.
If you are being sexually harassed and you work for an employer in New York, it doesn’t matter now how small your employer is. Even if there is only one employee, and you’re that employee, and you’re experiencing unwanted sexual attention – any kind of sexualizing conduct, or sexist hostility – you can now hold your employer accountable. And, if you prevail, you are entitled to your attorney fees for holding their feet to the fire.
So, if you have been told that your employer is too small to hold accountable, if you work in New York, your employer isn’t too small. You can do something about it. Just remember Don’t Quit before you contact an employee rights lawyer. Feel free to contact me. My name is Jack Tuckner. Give me a call at 1-866-FEM-LAWS, or shoot me an email at email@example.com and we’ll brainstorm together. It is confidential, no charge, and we will see how we can empower you so that you can teach your employer a lesson.