Contrary to the popular belief, the definition of a hostile work environment goes well beyond the “my boss and co-workers hate me.” In reality, it is much more complicated than you thought.
Statistics show that nearly one in five workers in California and all across the U.S. have faced a hostile environment at work. And it is fair to say that about the same number of employees across our country have faced a hostile work environment but were not aware of it.
That is because many people do not realize what makes a work environment “hostile,” and therefore, what makes you eligible to pursue compensation for your emotional distress and mental anguish that comes along with a hostile environment at work.
We invited our Riverside hostile work environment attorney from The Rager Law Firm to outline some of the most common signs of a hostile environment in the workplace.
If you have noticed any of the above-mentioned signs of a hostile work environment in your workplace, seek immediate legal advice. Speak to our Riverside hostile work environment attorney at The Rager Law Firm to get a free consultation. Call at 310-527-6994 or fill out this contact form.
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