It’s been about a year since the Me Too movement exploded in the wake of the sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
In the months that followed, thousands of women shared me too stories of abuse.
Sexual harassment remains a problem in the workplace and if you or anyone you know has been a victim, employment lawyer Gina Cadogan has tips on how to approach the situation.
Starting with employees:
- Report the incident, if you are feeling sexually harassed
- Keep a documentation of what happened
- If you need to file an action lawsuit, be aware of time requirements
And if you're an employer it affects you as well. For tips catch Inside South Florida Saturday at 7pm.
For legal counsel visit cadogenlaw.com