Since the incidents are unwelcome and appear to be continuing, this would be a matter for which you would typically file a complaint with the state fair employment and housing commission, not the labor board.
You are protected by law from retaliation by the employer for filing the complaint, and if the employer retaliated, that would typically constitute a basis for a new complaint.
It is best to consult further with a local employment law attorney to review the complaint and best protect your rights.
One incident is not typically enough to constitute a viable claim for sexual harassment unless it is very egregious. However, where the incidents are continuing and create a hostile work environment, that is normally enough to warrant filing a complaint.
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