Various forms of workplace harassment and discrimination have become so commonplace in America's workforce that it is regularly overlooked by employers and fellow employees. Victims often feel helpless and violated; although it is illegal, they may even be afraid to report a problem because of employer retaliation and fear of termination.
In case you are confused as to whether you are actually a target of workplace harassment or workplace discrimination, we provide you with a detailed breakdown highlighting many of the scenarios that you could be experiencing. If you establish that you are indeed a victim, find out the employment and labor laws that apply in addition to your rights as an employee and where to take it from there (i.e., reporting to your employer, consulting a labor and employment attorney, and filing a labor lawsuit.) On the other end of the spectrum, the employer should be aware of their rights and responsibilities to help prevent workplace harassment or discrimination from ever taking place.
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