WASHINGTON, Aug. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Corporate Whistleblower Center says, "Rather than risking their job or corporate future with a complaint to HR about on-going sexual harassment we are urging a female manager at a Corporate 500 company to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 and we will try to find the woman an extremely skilled attorney for a free assessment of their legal rights. Our fear related to a HR sexual harassment complaint is it may cause insult to injury to the potential victim as the woman's complaint might be viewed as a potential liability or threat to corporate management." http://CorporateWhistleblower.Com
The Corporate Whistleblower Center believes most major US corporations have set up elaborate architecture to make it appear that they care about harassment involving a manager or employee who is a woman. However, they fear that by exposing behavior that is not acceptable, the victim could be placing herself and her employment future at risk by blowing the whistle on a co-worker's behavior or the behavior of a manager. This potential no win environment is the reason the Corporate Whistleblower Center is offering to try to assist a victim of harassment at a Fortune 500 company to plot a course that is based on sound advice from a lawyer that knows what they are talking about-as opposed to rolling the dice with a complaint to HR. http://CorporateWhistleblower.Com
The Corporate Whistleblower Center has discovered an incredibly useful website that lists the types of harassment a woman could face-especially in a corporate environment:
Gender Harassment: Generalized sexist statements and behavior that convey insulting or degrading attitudes about women. Examples include insulting remarks, offensive graffiti, obscene jokes or humor about sex or women in general.
Seductive Behavior: Unwanted, inappropriate and offensive sexual advances. Examples include repeated unwanted sexual invitations, insistent requests for dinner, drinks or dates, persistent letters, phone calls and other invitations.
Sexual Bribery: Solicitation of sexual activity or other sex-linked behavior by promise of reward; the proposition may be either overt or subtle.
Sexual Coercion: Coercion of sexual activity or other sex-linked behavior by threat of punishment; examples include negative performance evaluations, withholding of promotions, threat of termination.
Sexual Imposition: Gross sexual imposition (such as forceful touching, feeling, grabbing) or sexual assault.
The Corporate Whistleblower Center says, "If you are a potential victim of sexual harassment and you are a woman employed by a Fortune 500 Company please feel free to call upon us and we will try to find you an extremely qualified attorney who will provide you with a free legal consultation. The last thing we want to see happen to a woman in Corporate America who is a potential victim of harassment is to complain to HR without realizing the potential downside of the complaint, or the risk it could pose to their career." http://CorporateWhistleblower.Com