Know your rights: Harassment in the workplace

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Earlier this week, Wall Street executive Benjamin Wey was ordered to pay former employee Hanna Bouveng a whopping $18 million after he allegedly forced her to have sex with him before firing her.

A civil trial in federal court found him guilty of sexual harassment, retaliation and defamation. Edgar Rivera of the Harman Firm talks about signs of harassment in the workplace and what should you do if it's happening to you.

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