Workplace harassment is a form of unlawful workplace discrimination, though many employees experience harassment on a regular basis. There are different types of unlawful harassment, including offensive comments or conduct based on your:
When offensive conduct stems from a protected factor, and your employer allows such conduct to occur, the company should be liable for any harm caused to you.
While unlawful harassment can happen for many reasons, the most prevalent type is sexual harassment. Sexual harassment can involve offensive conduct based on your sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and more. There are also different kinds of sexual harassment - quid pro quo harassment or conduct that creates a hostile work environment. In either case, your job and your professional future can be at risk when sexual harassment occurs.
The Eghbali Firm focuses largely on workplace harassment cases, and we are fully committed to fighting for the rights of employees in California to work free from this type of offensive conduct. Don’t wait to discuss your rights and a possible case with an experienced attorney for free today.