If somebody at work is harassing you, and it causes emotional distress and interferes with your ability to do your job, call us at 888-762-0297 to discuss your case.
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We represent clients in Los Angeles and throughout the state of California.
What is harassment in the workplace?
Generally, harassment in the workplace entails intentionally targeting someone else with behavior meant to alarm, annoy, humiliate, torment, or terrorize them.
Harassment could also be defined as any repeated or continuing uninvited contact that serves no useful purpose beyond creating alarm, annoyance, or emotional distress.
Not all petty annoyances constitute harassment, but if you want to know if you have a legal claim against a person who is causing problems, you need to speak with an attorney.
Types of harassment in California
Harassment at work may take many forms. Often different types of harassment overlap and coexist together. It may include:
Disability harassment in the workplace,
Harassment based on sexual orientation,
Quid pro quo form of harassment (literally, do this for that).