Harassment

Los Angeles Harassment Attorneys

Fiercely Advocating for Employees’ Rights

Although most employees go to work every day expecting to work in an environment that is free from harassment, unfortunately, some employers fail to provide workplaces that foster this basic right.

If you have faced harassment and other discriminatory acts at work, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our dedicated lawyers at Southern California Labor Law Group PC so we can help you hold the perpetrator or your employer accountable for failing to take appropriate action.

Our legal professionals are familiar with the nuances of this area of law and can properly investigate the circumstances surrounding incidents of harassment so we can build a strong case strategy and help you make informed decisions.

Call our firm today at (424) 306-1515 or contact us online if your employer refuses to address workplace harassment or subjects you and other employees to unfair treatment for reporting harassment.

What Are the Most Common Examples of Workplace Harassment?

The following forms of harassment in the workplace can be grounds for a lawsuit:

  • Unwelcome comments or demeaning behavior related to a person's race, color, or national origin
  • Unwelcomed comments or behavior that is sexual in nature or related to a person’s gender
  • Unwanted physical contact in the workplace
  • Derogatory jokes, racial slurs, personal insults, and expressions of disgust or intolerance toward people belonging to a protected class
  • Making threats or displaying discriminatory symbols to intimidate employees
  • Initiating unwanted discussions or making demeaning comments about an employee’s religion
  • Using derogatory language, homophobic slurs, or making disparaging remarks about someone's perceived sexual orientation or gender identity
  • Making age-related jokes or mistreating older employees

How To Report Workplace Harassment

Although harassment in the workplace is illegal, many employees are afraid to report it because they worry about losing their job or that they might experience retaliation from their employers.

However, not only is it illegal for employers in California to retaliate against employees for reporting harassment and other workplace violations, but they must also take action to remedy the situation if an employee reports harassment in good faith.

If the employer fails to address sexual harassment that occurs in the workplace, they can face a lawsuit and the employee who was wronged can be eligible for compensation.

Helping Fight Harassment & Unwelcome Conduct in the Workplace

When you choose Southern California Labor Law Group PC to handle your harassment case, you can count on our diligent legal team to aggressively fight for justice and pursue the maximum amount of compensation you are owed for the trouble you have endured.

Whether you have been sexually harassed or bullied because of your race, gender, or age we can provide the compassionate and effective legal representation you need to protect your best interests.

If you have questions about filing a harassment claim against your employer, please call us at (424) 306-1515 or contact us online to schedule a free case consultation.

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How Our Differences Can Benefit Your Case
  • We Promise To Treat Your Case As We Would Our Own.

    Our team will provide you with the best service possible as we help you navigate your legal challenges.

  • We Are Committed To Finding the Right Solution.

    You'll walk away from our first consultation knowing exactly what kind of case you have and what the next steps are.

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    Our team is committed to responding to your questions and concerns with urgency and accuracy.

  • We Are Experienced.

    Our extensive experience in the employment law field combined with our determination will work to your benefit.

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