Hostile Work Environment Lawyer
When unwelcome and abusive behavior is presented within the workplace, you may be a victim of a hostile work environment. When this conduct is based on characteristics that are protected under the law, such as sex, race, or gender, it can result in a hostile and intimidating work environment. A hostile work environment is one in which employees are subject to harassing behaviors by employers or co-workers. If you are facing a hostile work environment, you can speak with our Los Angeles employment lawyers for help with your case.
Discrimination and sexual harassment are two common issues that result in a hostile work environment. Discrimination is a form of harassment that is based on a protected characteristic, such as race, age, religion, or gender. In California, discrimination based on any of these circumstances is illegal. Sexual harassment is another issue that can lead to a hostile work environment for employees who are subject to undesired sexual advances. An example of evidence of a hostile work environment due to sexual harassment is when benefits and promotions are offered in exchange for sexual favors. Any individual in a workplace, including employers and co-workers, can contribute to a hostile work environment.
LOS ANGELES EMPLOYMENT LAWYER FIGHTS WORKPLACE HARASSMENT
Your hostile work environment case will require a unique approach from one of our Los Angeles employment attorneys at .employment law firmca.com. Under California law, not every hostile work environment is actually illegal. For that reason, our firm can assess details of the issue, including the motivations of the rude or unfair employer. If the context of your case involves discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, we can determine what violation was made. We can also seek evidence of whether your hostile work environment would appear so to a reasonable person. Contact our firm today for knowledgeable legal guidance through your case. Our lawyers can help you build a strong claim on your behalf!
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