Often, it's women who learn about sexual harassment and what to look out for, but men are the victims of harassment at work, too. As a young man, you have all the same rights as any other victim of sexual harassment. You can file a complaint with your human resources department if there is one at work, or you can talk to a supervisor about the coworker or person who is harassing you. Of course, if those steps don't help, a lawsuit is a possibility.
Sexual harassment at work is a troublesome occurrence that can impact you emotionally, physically and mentally. Your mind might be so full of thoughts because of the harassment that you can't really think clearly. Take these steps after sexual harassment at work.
Missouri business owners and employees may want to take notice of the sexual harassment case involving the New York Post brought by a former editor. A district court ruled that the newspaper and its editor-in-chief will have to answer to the charges of unlawful termination and sexual harassment in court. The 38-page complaint was filed in 2009.