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Is (NMRC) harassing you?

Many people may believe that their workplace is "hostile" because they feel forced into tolerating the bullying behavior of a co-worker or explosive outbursts from a tyrannical boss. But in order to be considered a hostile working environment from a legal standpoint, several criteria usually need to be in place.

Discriminatory Harassment
In order for workplace harassment victims to claim a Hostile Work Environment, the harassment directed against them must be due to their gender, race, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, genetics, age or religion (protected classes). For example, a saleswoman could legally claim a Hostile Work Environment if she was fired after being denied access to potential clients because her boss entertained new clients exclusively in a "gentleman's club", and only invited male employees along. For more info visit at:

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