Glendale Workplace Harassment Attorneys
Defending Your Labor Rights Is Our Top Priority
Employees shouldn’t have to deal with hostility, bullying, or harassment in their workplaces. Workplace harassment involves unwanted, hostile behavior that is directed towards an employee to make them feel uncomfortable and/or offended. Although state and federal laws protect employees from workplace harassment, many employers fail to do enough to prevent this unwanted behavior from occurring.
Employers who are found negligent for hostile work environments created by harassment can be held liable for damages. If you have been harassed at work by a supervisor, co-worker, client, or customer, then please get in touch with Stephan Filip in Glendale so we can review all of your legal options and help you devise a smart legal strategy.
Call (323) 433-6715 to speak to one of our experienced workplace harassment attorneys about your case.
Common Forms of Workplace Harassment
Our law firm has garnered a stellar reputation among clients of all backgrounds, and we have amassed an impressive record of settlements and judgments for clients seeking justice.
We are familiar with this area of law and can vigorously defend your rights if you have experienced any of the following forms of harassment at work:
- Unwelcome comments or demeaning behavior related to your race, color, or national origin
- Unwelcomed comments or behavior that is sexual in nature or related to your sex or gender identity
- Unwanted physical contact in the workplace
- Derogatory jokes, racial slurs, and personal insults
- Expressions of disgust or intolerance because you belong to a protected class
- Hostile threats or displays of discriminatory symbols to intimidate you
- Co-workers or supervisors initiating unwanted discussions or making demeaning comments about your religious beliefs or practices
- Excessive monitoring compared to other employees in a similar role
- Exclusion and isolation from other employees
- Unwarranted acts of discipline
Proving Workplace Harassment
In order to be considered harassment, the behavior you experience at work must involve:
- Discrimination against a protected class of people
- Offensive conduct
- Unwelcome behavior
- Some level of severity, frequency, or pervasiveness that impacts your ability to work
Consult with Our Knowledgeable Workplace Harassment Attorneys
At Stephan Filip, our compassionate team of employment law attorneys understand that employees feel stressed and overwhelmed when they have to go to work and deal with harassment. That is why we offer comprehensive legal representation that is customized to meet each of our clients' unique case needs. We can advocate for all of your rights under the law and provide you with the reliable legal counsel you need to make sure your best interests are protected.