Find out what is considered workplace sexual harassment in New Jersey
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Sexual harassment at work is illegal under both the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) and Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964. 

But does telling a coworker she’s attractive count as sexual harassment? Could you be breaking the law simply by asking a coworker out?


Sexual harassment law prohibits behavior serious enough to create a hostile work environment—one so severely or pervasively sexualized that a reasonable person would find it intimidating or abusive. 

Six Examples of Sexual Harassment:

  • Frequent sexual or sexist comments

  • Outrageous or persistent displays of pornography

  • Relentless, unwanted sexual advances

  • Unwanted touching or kissing

  • Implying that sex can be traded for success or advancement 

  • Sexual assault

If you think you’re being sexually harassed at work, you don’t have to take it—and you don’t have to quit. Understand your legal options by discussing your situation with an employment law attorney right away.

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