Pressured into having sex by management

If you do not consent to someone intentionally touching you in a sexual manner and this occurred within the workplace, then your employer may be liable to pay you compensation. You do not need to have suffered a physical injury; you may have suffered psychological injury.


If in the course of your employment, your employer or manager pressures you into having sex with them, then you may be able to claim compensation for any psychological injury this has caused you. You may have been promised promotion or a pay rise or been told that the only way you will keep a job is if you have sex with them; in such circumstances, if you did not consent to have sexual intercourse with them and that person did not reasonably believe that you did consent, then you may have a claim.


Bringing a claim for a workplace assault can be far from straightforward. The third-party will often maintain that you were a willing participant. Using our extensive experience in this area, we will advise you as to how you can bring a claim and help you to achieve a successful outcome.


If you feel that you have been blackmailed or pressured into engaging in sexual activity, then call us today to see how we can be of assistance.

We are experts at dealing with such claims and have the experience and knowledge to ensure you obtain every penny of the compensation you deserve.

To see how we can help get in touch with us today:

Call: Mike Massen on 0113 224 7804 or 0797 102 1268 (out of hours and weekends)


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