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Are You Dealing With Workplace Harassment in California?

You deserve a safe and respectful workplace. By working with Goldberg & Loren, you can hold those responsible accountable and create a positive change in your workplace. 

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What is Workplace Harassment?

Workplace harassment is any action or conduct that creates an intimidating or uncomfortable work environment. Harassment can take many forms, including:

What is Workplace Harassment?

Workplace harassment can lead to emotional distress and affect job performance.

Types of Workplace Harassment

Employers and employees must work hand in hand to prevent and address these issues effectively.

Sexual Harassment

One common type of sexual harassment is quid pro quo harassment. This occurs when an individual in a position of power requests sexual favors in exchange for employment benefits or threatens the victim with negative consequences if they do not comply.

Employees have the right to reject these advances and should report such incidents immediately.

Sexual harassment can manifest in various forms, including unwanted physical touching or inappropriate sexual jokes or comments.

These types of harassment can target an individual based on their sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation. Everyone deserves to work in an environment free from any form of sexual harassment.

Types of Workplace Harassment

Hostile Work Environment

As a California workplace harassment lawyer, I often deal with cases involving hostile work environments. When it comes to harassment, a hostile work environment can be considered a form of workplace bullying.

It occurs when an individual is subjected to offensive, intimidating, or oppressive behavior that interferes with their ability to perform their job effectively.

In California, a hostile work environment becomes illegal when the harassment is based on a protected trait and is either pervasive or severe. These protected characteristics include:

Various scenarios can create a hostile work environment. It can be verbal, such as derogatory comments, offensive jokes, or slurs targeting a specific group.

At Goldberg & Loren, we are committed to holding employers accountable for creating and maintaining a safe and respectful work environment for all employees.

Physical Contact

As a California workplace harassment lawyer, I have seen firsthand the damaging effects that physical contact can have on individuals in the workplace.

Physical contact is one of the most egregious forms of misconduct. It can encompass various actions that may qualify as workplace harassment. This can include any unwanted physical contact, such as:

Physical Contact

These behaviors not only violate personal boundaries but also create an environment that is hostile and intimidating for the victims.

Physical contact can cause significant emotional distress, impacting an individual’s overall well-being and ability to perform their job effectively. In some cases, it can even lead to physical injury.

Verbal Harassment

When an employee is subjected to ongoing and pervasive verbal abuse, it can create a hostile work environment that interferes with their ability to perform their job effectively.

If you are a victim of verbal harassment, document each instance and gather any evidence that can support your claim.

This includes keeping a record of dates, times, and details of the incidents, as well as any witnesses who can testify to the harassment.

Consult with our experienced workplace harassment lawyers at Goldberg & Loren to better understand your rights and options.

Statute of Limitation for Workplace Harassment Claims in California

In California, the statute of limitation for workplace harassment claims is one year from the date of the alleged incident. This means that you must file a complaint within that time frame in order to pursue justice.

This limitation can vary depending on the type of claim and other factors. Therefore, it is best to consult with our workplace harassment lawyer to ensure that you are taking the right course of action within the appropriate time frame.

The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) is the California statute that provides victims with rights when they experience workplace harassment based upon their membership in a protected class. [1]

Statute of Limitation for Workplace Harassment Claims in California

Contact Our Experienced Workplace Harassment Attorneys in California Today

We understand that these situations can be frightening and stressful, and we are here to provide you with the legal support you need.

Our experienced employment attorneys will help you explore your options and seek the justice you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation call us at (213) 699-3293.


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