Harassment in the workplace is not only limited to sexual harassment. One of the key components of a workplace harassment claim is demonstrating that the employee was forced to endure a hostile work environment. You may be eligible to pursue a hostile work environment claim if you are an employee who is frequently made to feel humiliated, vulnerable or threatened based upon a protected class.
Hostile Work Environment attorney, Michael J. Freiman, provides experienced, aggressive and dedicated legal advocacy to individuals who are subjected to workplace harassment on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, language, national origin or in retaliation for reporting illegal behavior.
If your supervisors or managers have created or tolerated a hostile work environment in your workplace, you may have an employment harassment claim against your employer. There are various hostile work environment claims, but common claims include bullying through isolation, criticism and social exclusion based on your ethnicity or national origin, disparaging remarks about an accent, religion or culture, the showing of derogatory images and statements aimed at a specific ethnic group or ethnicity. Hostile Work Environment Attorney, Michael J. Freiman, Esq. will evaluate your claim and provide you with thorough and honest answers.
No one deserves a hostile work environment, but a workplace that is nonthreatening and is conducive to the goals of the company or the organization. If you are experiencing a hostile work environment, contact hostile work Environment Attorney, Michael J. Freiman, at (310) 917-1024 or via the form on the right for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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