Sexual Harassment Is Not A Woman’s “Issue” Anymore According to EEOC

EEOC When many people think of sexual harassment in the workplace they immediately assume it is a woman being harassed by a man.  Recently it has come to light that many men are also being harassed in the workplace by other men.  While the vast majority of cases are women being harassed by men, it has become increasingly common for there to be cases filed with women harassing men, and men harassing men.

In this article from Howard Law PC , there is a detailed discussion of recent cases of male to male sexual harassment.  Here are some excerpts from the article:

“In a recent blog, our Souuthern California Labor and Employment Attorneys reported on the growing number of male sexual harassment charges filed with state and federal agencies across the country.  Our lawyers discussed the lawsuit involving six male employees at a Phoenix Cheesecake Factory who endured repeated and severe sexual assaults by a group of male kitchen workers.”