Sexual Harassment Complaints
If the Fair Housing and Employment Commission finds that harassment has, in fact, taken place, it may issue penalties in the form of steep fines and/or damages for emotional distress from each employer or harasser charged. The Commission may also order hiring or reinstatement, back pay, promotion, training and/or changes in the policies or practices of the offending employer. It is important to remember that there is no limit to the amount of damages a California court may order.
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