In order for a hostile work environment to become actionable it must involve discriminatory conduct within the workplace. A hostile work environment lawsuit has basic requirements:
A hostile work environment is different than what may be considered a difficult or challenging work environment. A hostile work environment often takes aim at a worker’s gender, sexuality, age, religious affiliation or other protected status. The hostile work environment lawyers at Lauby, Mankin & Lauby Law Firm offers a complimentary case review for those who believe they were subjected to a hostile work environment. Schedule your appointment by calling 888-959-8508.
Whether or not a hostile work environment exists, the totality of the circumstances must be evaluated. Generally,
A hostile work environment is prohibited under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act. If you were subjected to this hurtful conduct, you may seek compensation from your employer that may include back pay, front pay, damages for emotional suffering and in some cases punitive damages. Lauby, Mankin & Lauby, LLP, is a highly respected Southern California law firm, well known for protecting their client’s rights for more than 20 years. We offer a complimentary consultation to assess your case and review available options. There are no fees for a contingency case unless a favorable resolution is attained. To schedule your appointment with a hostile work environment lawyer, call Lauby, Mankin & Lauby at 888-959-8508.