Intimidating work environment definition
Federal and state law protects you from harassment in the workplace.
Most people go to work so they have money to pay their bills, support their family and afford luxuries.
Understanding Hostile Work Environments Gathering Evidence Reporting to Administrative Agencies Suing for Harassment Community Q&A Harassment comes in many forms and involves more than touching or making “quid pro quo” offers where continued employment is offered in exchange for sexual favors.
Under federal law, harassment includes the creation of a hostile work environment.
An example such as this would constitute a hostile work environment.
The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination Protects Employees from a Hostile Work Environment A Hostile Work Environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment and fears going to work because of the offensive, intimidating, or oppressive atmosphere generated by the harasser.Over the course of several decades, the law stepped in to protect employees from abuse and unreasonable working conditions.