Hostile Work Environment
A hostile work environment can be created by a boss or coworker whose actions, communication or behavior makes doing your job impossible or unnecessarily difficult.
There is a certain set of legal requirements that must be matched to constitute a hostile work environment:
- The hostility must be discriminatory on the grounds of race, religion, age, gender or disability.
- The behavior ought to last over a length of time and be consistent, and previously reported to Human Resources but without further action having been taken.
- The hostility is severe and seriously disrupt employee's work or career progress.
If you have, or are experiencing something that you think matches the above descriptions, you could be suffering from being subject to a hostile work environment. If so, you could be entitled to a claim to compensate for your suffering and potential loss of earnings as a result.
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