When the term sexual harassment in the workplace is mentioned, most people probably imagine that it entails a supervisor trying to take advantage of an employee, or a coworker “hitting on” another coworker for sexual favors. While these scenarios do happen, there are times when sexual harassment comes from other places. It’s possible you, a friend, or coworkers wonder what steps can be taken if the sexual harassment comes from a client, a vendor, or a customer. Do the same laws still apply?
TEAMING UP WITH PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN THEIR CAUSE
I am passionate about making my community a better place to live and work. When I meet others who share in that mentality, I am always eager to join forces. If you have thoughts on how to improve Kentucky’s economic empowerment, race relations, or overall work environment, I encourage you to give me a call so that we can bounce ideas off one another.
DETERMINING THE BEST WAY TO PROCEED
Making changes within your community is perfectly possible when you work with others who share your vision. Depending on what you’re trying to accomplish, your project may call for coordinating a community event, hosting a fundraiser, filing a lawsuit, or a number of other steps. Fortunately, I am experienced in each of these respects and am always open to hearing new ideas, as well.