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Bill O'Reilly ousted amid sexual harassment allegations

Employees, no matter how long they have been working in a workplace, are afforded certain rights. These rights protect a wide variety of employee rights, and if an employer does not uphold these rights, an employee can take certain steps. One circumstance this can occur is if an employee is experiencing sexual harassment.

What is sexual harassment in the workplace?

Sexual harassment is an issue that has been much in the news recently, with the high-profile firing of cable news host Bill O'Reilly after his long history of sexual harassment allegations came to light. Somewhat lost in the media coverage of this story is the fact that workers who are subjected to harassment and abuse can suffer long-term consequences.

Your rights when you lose or leave a job

No one takes on a new job intending to leave it; however, many individuals in New York and elsewhere start and leave jobs each and every day. While this can happen for amicable reasons, this is unfortunately not always the case. In some situations, an employee may have left a job due to a hostile work environment, after an employee reported illegal activity or was terminated or disciplined illegally.

Helping you protect your employee rights

Whether you just started a new job or have been with the same employer for years or even decades, it can be difficult to ascertain what rights are afforded to employees and what protections they actually have. This can make it rather challenging when an employee finds himself or herself in a dispute with an employer or a co-worker.

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