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Denver Hostile Work Environment Attorney

Under Colorado and federal law, workers have the right to do their work unhindered by harassment.

When employees are harassed based on their sex, race, age, gender, religion, and other protected classes, that constitutes a hostile work environment, which can be the basis for a lawsuit.

A hostile work environment is one that has become so toxic that no reasonable person would remain in that job.

Threatened by Constant Intimidation and Pressure?

Harassment can be any unwelcome conduct, explicit or implicit:

  • Unwanted touching
  • Sexual innuendo
  • Repulsive jokes or language
  • Offers of advancement for sex
  • Derogatory statements
  • Intimidation
  • Injurious teasing
  • Bullying

Harassment doesn’t have to come from management, either. Employers are expected to protect workers from misbehavior by customers and coworkers as well. However, only harassment by supervisory officials that leads to termination, promotion, formal discipline, demotion or other significant effects, is subject to employment law litigation.

Assertive Colorado Hostile Workplace Attorney

Harassment often leads the abused worker to file a complaint, which in turn leads the employer or supervisor to retaliate against the worker in one way or another, such as demotion, termination or reassignment. But retaliation itself is a form of harassment and can lead to claims.
If you are being mistreated at work because of your race, gender, creed, color, national origin, ancestry or another characteristic, help is available.

Pursuing Hostile Work Environment Claims in the Denver Area

Robert Liechty has been assisting employees with complaints of harassment, retaliation and creating a hostile work environment for many years, and he has won impressive judgments for workers who once had no leverage against this injustice.
Contact Lawyer Robert Liechty for a confidential consultation and case evaluation. We handle most employee lawsuits on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we produce a positive result for you.
Has the workplace become unbearable for you? For help call Denver hostile work environment attorney Robert Liechty at 303-333-4122.

Robert M. Liechty

Attorney at Law

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