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Don’t submit yourself to one more day of torture. If it’s your company where the harassment is taking place, don’t wait to put a stop to it. Stop in at either our Portland or Seattle business law offices for a consultation, so we can get started fixing this serious problem today.
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Dealing with a Hostile Work Environment
Are you facing a complaint of creating a hostile work environment? It is vital that your company implement policies to prevent discriminatory conduct in the workplace. An experienced employment attorney can help you develop those policies and address any problems as soon as they arise. In the event that you face a corporate lawsuit alleging a hostile work environment, we stand ready to help you. Defending such a claim can be difficult and intimidating; you will need an experienced and compassionate employment litigation attorney by your side. We can guide you through the process, aggressively defend your interests, and maximize the chances of a positive outcome.
What Qualifies as a Hostile Work Environment?
If some of your employees harass a co-worker based upon that person’s sex, religion, national origin, or race, you may need to defend a corporate lawsuit that alleges your company permitted or created a hostile work environment. If you’re on the other end of it and working in a hostile work environment has caused you serious economic damages, such as the loss of a job, then you too will need to team up with a business attorney and make your case known. In addition to assisting our business clients with legitimate defense, we are proud to protect the rights of employees with serious cases. If you have been subjected to a hostile work environment, have suffered significant economic losses as a result, and the hostile conduct has continued after you have reported it to your employer, we will be happy to help you understand your options. It is vital that you act quickly; statutes of limitation in employment cases are short, and you must often file an administrative complaint before you can bring certain claims.