What Consitutes A Hostile Environment 

What Constitutes A Hostile Work Environment? 

Working In A Hostile Work Environment Can Feel Like Harassment

It can be difficult to function in a work environment when your co-worker is being blatantly rude or asking you about personal topics that make you feel uncomfortable. These situations are too common in Texas workplaces, and they contribute to a hostile work environment. It would be in your benefit to discuss the specific details of your situation with a knowledgeable employment law attorney.

Our experienced lawyers at TB Robinson Law Group, PLLC, have represented clients in all forms of employment law cases for nearly 30 years. One of our responsive attorneys will provide you with insightful legal counsel throughout your case. We help our clients understand the legal criteria that is involved in workplace violations cases.

Are You Working In A Hostile Environment?

Although a mean boss or an annoying co-worker can contribute to a hostile work environment, they do not define a hostile work environment. There are legal criteria that must be met for you to pursue legal action.

The behavior of any individual in your workplace must make someone else uncomfortable or work difficult to complete. In addition, some or all of the following must be present in your work environment:

  • A violation of rights
  • A form or harassment
  • A form of discrimination
  • Behavior that solicits fear 
  • Behavior that causes a serious disruption in your ability to work

We Have Protected The Rights Of Texas Employees For Nearly 30 Years

We will determine the merit of your claim and vigorously advocate for you through meditation, litigation or arbitration. For a consultation, call our Houston office at (713) 597-8621. You can also contact us online.


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