Meredith Holley is a lawyer, life coach, and bestselling author of the book Career Defense 101: How to Stop Sexual Harassment Without Quitting Your Job. She helps heart-centered, future-focused professional women and their companies stop sexual harassment, clean up toxic work environments, and create healthy workplace culture.
Early in her legal career, she got her dream job representing women in sexual harassment lawsuits. The problem was that the owner of her company was sexually harassing her at the same time. Meredith realized that the law offered little help for employees until they are fired or forced to quit a job because of sexual harassment. She researched everything she could about how to stop harassment and keep her job. After more than a year of experiencing harassment, she found tools that work. Her harasser apologized, changed his behavior, and they worked together successfully for years after.
Now, she offers programs and classes that help employees and their employers create healthy workplaces, even when they start out toxic, discriminatory, or harassing. If you are only looking for someone to write a letter for you or file a lawsuit, she might not be the right person. But, if you are ready and committed to make a serious difference for yourself and the people you work with, you're in the right place. She offers free consultations to a limited number of people each week. Visit https://freedomresourcecenter.as.me/ to claim yours today.
- To Avoid Trouble, Companies Must Support Sexually Harassed Employees First
- Xconomy Magazine
- 3 Surprising Subconscious Patterns Women Learn That Hurt Our Careers
- Elephant Journal
- 3 Tips to Clean Up a Toxic Work Environment And End Sexual Harassment Now
- Badassery Magazine
- 3 Tips for Talking to Your Son About Sexual Harassment
- The Good Men Project
- Certified Life Coach
- The Life Coach School
- Oregon State Bar # 125647
- Employment Law
- Domestic Violence
- Civil Rights
- Education Law
- Freedom Resource Center Website
What is sexual harassment? This is an overview of what we consider sexual harassment in general and what the law considers sexual harassment. This should not be taken as legal advice, and I encourage you to talk with an attorney if you believe you might be experiencing sexual harassment.Interview with Dr. Angela Lauria
Interview with Dr. Angela Lauria about my book Career Defense 101: How To Stop Sexual Harassment Without Quitting Your Job. For a free copy of the book, visit www.CareerDefense101.com