Harassment & Discrimination | HTW Law - Employment Lawyer

Employment Law – Harassment / Discrimination. Victim of Office Harassment, Bullying, Workplace Discrimination, Sexual Discrimination, sexual harassment, violence or discrimination? Harassment & Discrimination are serious. Immediate action is required!! No Win No Fee employment law harassment & discrimination cases.

When you are dealing with office harassment, you know that being sexualized, made fun of, or otherwise harassed at work can make getting your job done a nightmare. Sadly, you aren't alone. Many women and men are victims of workplace harassment. While there are laws in place to prevent workplace harassment, these laws often go unnoticed.


When people are dealing with harassment in the workplace, it can be embarrassing to speak up. Many people who are victims of office harassment worry that speaking up will only make the harassment worse. This is especially the case where the harasser knows secrets about you, or is close to your supervisor. When you're debating whether you want to speak up or not, it can be challenging to know whether or not you'll be protected and be taken seriously at work.


If you've tried going to your supervisor and you don't feel that your concerns were properly addressed, it's time to talk to a lawyer who can help you fight your way through office harassment. You deserve a pleasant and hassle free workplace, and you shouldn't have to worry about whether or not you'll be harassed. It's highly likely that your employer has standards in place in preventing workplace harassment. If you're being harassed anyway, even after bringing it to your supervisor's attention, you're doing the right thing by taking legal action against your workplace. This isn't just about you - it's about the people that will come after you, and how your company will treat them when they decide to speak up against the harassment they've experienced.

When you decide to reach out to HTW Law - Employment Lawyer for legal help on a case regarding harassment in the workplace, we'll be on your side, every step of the way. We know how hard it can be to speak out about office harassment issues, and you'll have our full support from start to finish. We know that it can be embarrassing to talk about workplace harassment. We'll keep all communications strictly confidential so that you can provide all the necessary details in helping us understand what you've been through in a safe environment, and we'll work with you every step of the way fighting for you to get you what you deserve.


You shouldn't have to deal with harassment, and when you stand up for yourself by filing a lawsuit against a company that allowed you to be treated this way, you're taking a stand for everyone who has been in a similar situation. Reaching out to us today to learn more about how we can support you as you fight for your rights that ought to be respected.

 

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There are many different types of discrimination, and sadly, many of these can take place in the workplace. Discrimination at work or workplace discrimination is common, but you don't have to put up with being treated unfairly. While racial discrimination is incredibly common in the workplace, there are other types of discrimination as well, including discrimination on the basis of sex, age, religion, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marriage/ partnership, pregnancy/ maternity, and more.


It can be hard to tell if you're the victim of discrimination, especially if it's the first time something like this has happened to you in the workplace. Let's take a look at some situations that illustrate discrimination in action.


A woman becomes pregnant, and informs her employer that she'll be taking maternity leave. As her due date approaches, her supervisor lessens her duties. Over maternity leave, she's contacted by her supervisor with a message that her position has been dissolved, and there's no job for her to return to.


A man gets married, and is passed up for a promotion that requires working on the weekend. When he asks about why he was passed up for the promotion, he's told that his supervisor didn't want to take him away from his family on the weekend.


A new position opens up at work, and a woman in her 50s wants to apply. She's told that the promotion will go to someone younger, who will be with the company for a long time.


All of these situations describe discrimination, even though none of the people were told outright that they weren't being considered for a position or were being treated unfairly. If you think that you may have been discriminated against at work, it's vital that you talk with a human rights lawyer who can help you fight for your rights right away. A human rights lawyer will work with you to fully understand your position and will help you hold your ground against your employer. Reaching out to HTW Law Professional Corporation today to learn more about how we can help you navigate the unfortunate world of workplace discrimination.

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