Federal Employee Hostile Work Environment Attorney
Protecting Your Rights When Your Work Environment Becomes Intolerable Due To Harassment
A “hostile work environment” occurs when an employee (or group of employees) is being harassed or discriminated against to the point where he or she (or they) feels unsafe and uncomfortable while at work. While not all actions constitute discrimination or harassment, any inappropriate conduct that is directed at an individual or a group because of his, her or their protected status is considered to be discrimination and your employer is required to take action. This is just as true in the federal system as it is in any other form of civil service or the private sector.
At The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we focus solely on federal labor and employment law. We represent federal employees in every agency, at every grade and in every level of government. Bobby Devadoss was an attorney for the Federal Labor Regulations Authority (FLRA) and worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) before opening his own private practice. He understands how the federal employment system works from the inside. He uses this knowledge to help his clients defend their rights and their jobs.
Standing Up For Your Rights In The Workplace
Any form of discrimination, including race, age, sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or marital status, as well as any form of harassment, retaliation for reporting the discrimination or harassment, or retaliation for whistleblowing can constitute a hostile work environment and is illegal under federal law. Many employees may feel that their situation has become intolerable that they should quit. Before you do that, talk to a federal employment lawyer who knows your rights.
Our law firm has years of experience handling cases involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as well as negotiating on behalf of employees to resolve these issues. We understand how important your job in the federal sector is to you and to your family. We fight for your rights and work diligently to achieve justice in your case.
To learn more about how we can help, please call 888-351-0424 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.