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Experienced Hostile Work Environment Lawyers Can Help You File a Hostile Workplace Claim
California employment law does not allow workplace harassment. No one should have to suffer in an abusive hostile work environment.
Daily harassment at the hands of co-workers or a supervisor may be a hostile work environment. You may no longer feel welcome or you may fear for your job security or even your personal safety.
If you're being subjected to:
- racial slurs
- unwelcome sexual advances or sexual harassment
- comments related to your sexual orientation, national origin, gender, or any other protected status
It may mean that you’ve been the victim of a hostile work environment. You may have a legal claim and it is recommended to contact an experienced hostile work environment lawyer.
No one likes rude or inappropriate comments. But, the occasional comment may not count as a hostile work environment. The offensive conduct has to be ongoing.
A mean boss may not mean you are working in a hostile work environment.
To meet the legal definition, the behavior must offend, humiliate or distress you. It must disrupt your emotional tranquility in the workplace. The harassment must affect your ability to perform your job or undermine your sense of well-being.
If you believe you are the victim of a hostile work environment, we can help with the right legal advice. You need to speak with a hostile work environment lawyer who specializes in getting results under California law before you file a complaint.
The circumstances of every case are different, but these are some of the recent settlements we won for our clients:
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Consult with an experienced hostile work environment lawyer about your rights. The experienced team at Remedy Law Group can help determine if your circumstances fit the legal definition of a hostile work environment.
Our team of experienced California employment law attorneys can navigate the entire process from drafting your complaint, to gathering evidence to support your hostile workplace claim, to being by your side in court or at the arbitration table.