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Sherman Oaks Hostile Work Environment Attorneys

A “hostile” work environment extends beyond working with a rude or unpleasant boss or coworker. It means working in an environment that a reasonable person would find intimidating, offensive, or hostile. If left unaddressed, the environment can make it difficult if not impossible for an employee to properly function and perform at work. Perhaps even worse, the hostile environment may have a serious impact on an employee’s mental, physical, and emotional well-being.

If you or someone you know is suffering in the hostile work environment in Sherman Oaks, it may be time to consult with an employment attorney.

Mancini & Associates has experienced and passionate attorneys in Sherman Oaks who specialize in hostile work environment matters. Our attorneys can provide insights and recommendations into what may constitute a hostile work environment and the necessity to address the situation. When appropriate, we can help you file a hostile work environment claim against your employer.

Is Your Work Environment Hostile?

There are certain conditions that legally define a hostile work environment. These include:

  • You experience discriminatory or harassing conduct based on your race, sex or gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, age, national origin, or other categories protected under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.
  • A “reasonable” person would perceive your work environment as hostile.
  • The conduct of employees and/or managers in your environment has been pervasive and long-lasting.
  • Issues have been brought to your employer’s attention but were not investigated and/or not addressed.
  • Your ability to complete your work tasks has been affected due to the environment.
  • Your employer has been aware of issues about hostile behavior but did not take sufficient action to intervene.

If you are subject to what you perceive to be a hostile work environment, you should report the situation to your supervisor, manager, or human resources representative. At this point, you may want to consult with a hostile work environment attorney to determine if taking legal action in your situation is appropriate.

What Is It Like To Work With a Hostile Work Environment Attorney?

No one should be forced to tolerate a hostile work environment. Yet, a hostile work environment is a serious problem for many employees throughout the country. Fortunately, a hostile work environment attorney can help you address such problems.

At Mancini and Associates, our hostile work environment attorneys understand the issues associated with a hostile workplace. We devote the time, energy, and resources necessary to learn about a prospective client’s situation and determine the appropriate course of action. Moreover, we show empathy and compassion towards our clients and will do everything in our power to ensure that our clients do not have to deal with a hostile work environment going forward.

Choose The Right Sherman Oaks Hostile Work Environment Attorney

Hostile work environment cases can be complex. Ultimately, it can be a challenge to verify that a work environment is considered hostile based on complex legal standards. However, when you work with one of our experienced hostile work environment attorneys in Sherman Oaks, you will get plenty of help to build your prospective case.

Mancini & Associates employs Sherman Oaks hostile work environment attorneys with a long track record of success. We can guide you through the litigation process and work with you to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. For more information or to request a free consultation, please contact us online or call us today at 818-783-5757.

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