Hostile Work Environment

As an employee or a student, you have a right to work or study in an environment that is free of discrimination, intimidation, insult and ridicule. You may be able to file a hostile work environment claim in court if the harassment you experienced unreasonably interfered with your work performance or created an offensive or intimidating work environment. In order to have a claim for hostile work environment, generally, you must be able to prove that there was more than a single incident of harassment. However, an extremely severe single incident of harassment (such as a sexual assault or rape) may be enough for a lawsuit. Unless the conduct is quite severe, a single incident or isolated incidents of offensive sexual conduct or remarks generally will be inadequate to prove the existence of a "hostile environment."

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