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Category Archives: Hostile Work Environment

Weighing State and Federal Options in Job Discrimination Cases

Most people are aware that they have rights if they suffer discrimination at work or are victimized by a hostile work environment. However, many people do not understand the nuances of those rights. Federal and state laws work hand-in-hand to protect victims of discrimination. In most cases, workers can choose which process to use or… Read More »

Workplace Bullying May Give Rise to a New Jersey Employment Discrimination Lawsuit

Reports of bullying seem to permeate recent news reports, but most people consider this more of an issue in schools than in the workplace. However, a national study by CareerBuilder found that 35 percent of employees reported being bullied at work. This bullying results in 16 percent of workers suffering medical conditions and 17 percent… Read More »

The Challenge of Selecting a New Jersey Employment Law Attorney

An employee may be subject to a hostile work environment based on one’s religion, the demand that one submit to unwelcome sexual advances by a supervisor or other forms of employment discrimination, but many employees are not sure how to proceed.  While the employee should seek redress by speaking to the party engaging in the… Read More »

Quid Pro Quo vs. Hostile Work Environment in a New Jersey Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

While most New Jersey employees understand that they do not have to submit to sexual harassment in the workplace, they are less confident in their ability to identify an act of sexual harassment. Some cases of sexual harassment may be straightforward, such as an employer or potential employer that adds inappropriate conditions to receiving job-related… Read More »

What Constitutes a Hostile Work Environment?

Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway and three other employees at his Manhattan Beach Toyota dealership were recently sued for discrimination, harassment, and maintaining a hostile work environment. The suit alleges that Timothy Sandquist, an employee at the dealership, was paid less than his white peers and passed over for raises and promotions. He also… Read More »