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LAW LOVER’S LOUNGE: “I think I am being harassed at work. Am I? How do I know?"

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Our LAW LOVER'S LOUNGE™ series addresses a general overview of some of the most important issues to the general public! Attorney Courtney E. Anderson has owned a general practice law firm since 1998 in Texas, USA. A general practice attorney is similar to a general practice physician in that they address issues that do not require a specialist. They provide a primary level of legal services for commonly occurring legal issues and make referrals to specialists for more complex issues (appeals of cases, rare facts, unusual issues, etc.). We call this series its title because we do love law! Seriously.

This is a lounge because these are general discussions on general legal topic for public information purposes. There is no client relationship created between this show and Attorney Courtney E. Anderson, or The Law Offices of Courtney E. Anderson (Litigation-Mitigation.com). These disclaimers are very important. The content in these shows is for general educational purposes and is not the delivery of legal services.

This episode is, “I think I am being harassed at work. Am I? How do I know?”

Where there is smoke there is (often) fire! In other words, if you think you are being harassed at work, you often are being harassed at work. Why do you think you are being harassed? Be specific. Let’s discuss how you have the right to be treated with respect in your workplace (no matter where you are working, what your job is, or who you are. 

If you have a suspicion that you are being harassed, how you will know depends on a few issues. Is the behavior part of your legal job description? Is the behavior consistent with how other people are treated in the workplace (or are you being singled out)? If this behavior happened outside of work, would it be “wrong?” (or even illegal)? 

You have the right to be respected at work so let’s explore your current situation!

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