Where Employer Has Notice Of Employee's Wrongful Conduct With Female
Employees, It Is Liable For Employee's Molestation Of Workplace Visitor
Koca v. Keller, No. 02CA2498 (Colo. Ct. App. Apr. 8, 2004)From Private Security Case Law ReporterKEY ISSUE(S)-Can an employer be liable to an employee's family friend, whom the employee brought to the workplace without the employer's knowledge and assaulted?DECISION-Because the employer had notice that the employee had allegedly sexually harassed and molested young female co-workers but retained him and allowed him to have keys to the premises, the employer is liable for the assault of the female visitor.