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Orange County Hostile Work Environment Attorney

Fighting to Protect Employees' Rights

Employees throughout the nation are protected by federal laws and legislation against discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Despite these numerous laws, which also encompass various state discrimination and harassment laws, many employees are still subjected to a variety of unwelcome and unlawful conduct. A hostile work environment develops when an employee experiences any form of harassment that interferes with his or her work performance and / or creates an intimidating or offensive work environment.

A hostile environment can be a result from:

As an employee with numerous rights enforced by state and federal law, you should never have to tolerate any form of harassment. If you or your loved one believes that you are a victim of a hostile work environment, then trust your case to proven, passionate Orange County employment attorneys who can fight to protect your rights and your eligibility to recover the damages and compensation you deserve.

Employer Responsibility & Liability

Employers are ultimately responsible for providing their employees with a safe and reasonable working environment. Although cases can become complex depending on the circumstances involved, employers are generally always liable for a hostile work environment when a supervisor or management employee are responsible for the harassment. Employers can also be held liable for a hostile work environment caused by a non-supervisory employee when they knew, or should have known, about the harassment and failed to take any action to prevent or stop the conduct.

Fighting on Your Behalf

In addition to helping you fully understand your rights and the laws that can be applied to the facts of your case, our legal team makes the effort to always fight zealously on your behalf. Although employees are protected against harassment and hostile work environments by various state and federal laws, employers still tend to aggressively defend themselves and dispute claims. Employers are concerned with protecting their assets and their public image, and they often use their extensive resources to deflect claims entirely or pay victims as little as possible.

As we consider ourselves bold and unwavering advocates in the fight for employees' rights, you can be confident that when you choose to work with our firm, our experienced Orange County employment attorneys always take action to ensure that justice is served, your rights are protected and that responsible parties or employers are held fully liable.

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Experienced Orange County Employment Lawyers

As attorneys who have dedicated professional careers to employment law, we had seen firsthand just how devastating and intolerable harassment can be. We also know that employees who find themselves in hostile work environments often feel as though there is little they can do. With our legal team's extensive experience, focus on personal attention and ability to produce favorable resolutions in and out of the courtroom, you can receive the genuine support and assistance you need to successfully navigate these difficult experiences and complex legal proceedings.

If you would like to learn more about hostile work environments or if you wish to discuss your specific case with a member of our legal team, please feel free to contact an Orange County employment attorney from Diefer Law Group, PC as soon as possible. Place your trust in a firm that treats your case with the utmost attention it deserves. To get additional information about hostile work environments, view our blog on the topic.

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