When does flirting in the workplace cross the line into sexual harassment?

Flirting, whether it’s in-person at work, or by phone, email, Zoom, or text, if it is unwelcome, unwanted, unsolicited by you, it amounts to sex discrimination. Civil rights attorney Jack Tuckner explains when flirting in the workplace cross the line into sexual harassment.

Can I file a sexual harassment complaint if I am an unpaid intern?

Employment sexual harassment lawyer Jack Tuckner discusses how unpaid interns can file a sexual harassment claim in NY, CT, and NJ, and what actions an intern should take if they are being sexually harassed.

What Can I Do if My Company Won’t Address My Sexual Harassment Complaint?

You’ve made a written complaint to your company about being sexually harassed, but they won’t do anything. What should you do next? What are your options?

What Must a Company Do When a Sexual Harassment Claim is Made?

Once you make a sexual harassment claim to your company, they cannot simply ignore it. Find out what steps the company must take after a claim is made.

How Should I Report Sexual Harassment at Work?

Are you being sexually harassed at work?  We have created a series of educational videos explaining what constitutes illegal workplace sexual harassment, and what you can do if you are being sexually harassed. 
In our second video, New York Employment Attorney Jack Tuckner explains how you should report workplace sexual harassment to management. 

What Should I Do if I’m Being Sexually Harassed at Work?

Learn what constitutes sexual harassment, what you should do to stop it, how to report it, and how to protect your rights in the event of backlash.

NYCHRL revised May 9, 2018 to cover ALL employees in sexual harassment cases

Under the new revised statute as of May 9, 2018, even if you’re the only employee, and you are being sexually harassed, being subjected to unwelcome sexual conduct, a sexually hostile work environment, you are in a position now to hold your employer accountable.

No more mandatory, private arbitration of NY sexual harassment cases

Why this is also really big news is that federal law, the federal Arbitration Act, case law interpreting it – permits employers to require employees who are starting a job as a condition of that employment to accept the notion that you give up your right to a jury trial, you give up your right to hold your employer accountable in court in a public forum for free when, if and when, you’re being discriminated against.