I recently complaint to my contractor about an ongoing (years) situation regarding very graphic and serious sexual comments and bullying from a government employee who is part of the union. Because I' m a contractor there is two investigations going on one from my contractor and one from the government agency. Will the government agency go easier on the person being reported because he is part of a union? Even though there is hard proof and paper trail of the harassment? should i get a lawyer?
2 Answers from Attorneys
You should consult with an employment law attorney. Many offer a free initial phone consultation.
If you have a discrimination and harassment claim, yes, you need an attorney if you intend to pursue it seeking financial damages. Feel free to contact me if serious about doing so. I've been doing these for many years. .