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Sexual Harassment: Too Sexy Employee Gets Second Chance With Court

| Jul 9, 2013 | Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment |

Sexual Harassment Lawyer in Cleveland, Ohio

Back in January, our employment discrimination lawyers blogged about the woman in Iowa that was fired for being too irresistible to her employer (Read the blog). Essentially, the Iowa Supreme Court held that a boss could fire a female employee to avoid dealing with his sexual desires and, thus, save his marriage. As we discussed in our blog, only the issue of gender discrimination, as opposed to sexual harassment, were raised. Since that time, a few development have occurred. Nelson, the too sexy dental hygienist, appeared on Tosh.0 to make light of her employment discrimination case. On a more legally significant note, the New York Daily News reports: ‘Irresistible’ employee gets rare review from Iowa Supreme Court and ABC News similarly reports Mom Deemed ‘Too Hot’ For Work Gets Second Chance. We’re not sure what will happen, but we will keep you posted.

Gender Discrimination Lawyer in Cleveland, Ohio

If you feel that you are being sexually harassed or are working in a sexually charged or hostile working environment, you should not wait to call the right attorney at 866-797-6040 to schedule a free and confidential consultation. At The Spitz Law Firm, you will meet with a sexual harassment lawyer/hostile work environment attorney to find out what your legal rights are and the best way to protect them.

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