Hostile Work Environments

You Should Not Have To Endure A Hostile Work Environment

Discriminatory behavior by an employer – which is illegal – often creates a hostile work environment. The work atmosphere can become so toxic and stressful that it affects your health or makes you want to quit your job.

At the Law Offices of Miguel S. Ramirez, we represent California employees who have experienced harassment or discrimination at work. To speak to our Los Angeles employment law attorney about your potential claim, please call us today for a free, confidential consultation. Se habla español.

What Is A Hostile Work Environment?

A hostile work environment is one in which an employee feels unsafe or uncomfortable because of abusive or harassing conduct by a supervisor or other employees at work. A hostile work environment can be caused by workplace sexual harassment, racism, discriminatory remarks by a co-worker or boss, physical intimidation or bullying, or other discriminatory behavior. This behavior should be reported to the employer. If the employer fails to take appropriate action and put an immediate stop to the behavior, the employee should speak to an attorney who focuses on employment discrimination claims.

Retaliation By An Employer

If you choose to report the harassing or discriminatory actions at work, it is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you in any way, including termination of employment. Your worker rights are protected by state and federal law. If your employer demoted you or fired you, or took other action that resulted in a hostile environment, talk to an attorney about your rights and legal options.

Contact A California Workplace Harassment Attorney

To speak to a California attorney about your legal remedies for a hostile work environment, please call 213-975-0003 or contact us online so we can learn about what happened to you at your job. We respond promptly to all email inquiries.

We serve clients in Southern California, including Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Orange County and the surrounding areas.