Many California residents work in competitive environments. There may only be a few positions available at a particular place of employment, or only employees in certain roles will obtain particular benefits. As a result, it can take a lot of hard work to be promoted to one of those positions. Unfortunately, the feeling of accomplishment that may come with a promotion may be short lived if workplace harassment takes place.
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Most Californians want to do their jobs to the best of their abilities. Though some days may seem more difficult than others, they can often power through and reach the end goal. However, when parties must contend with workplace harassment, their jobs may become immensely more difficult, and these actions may cause their work and personal lives to suffer.
When a place of employment becomes hostile, it can have a major impact on workers. If one person in particular bears the brunt of workplace harassment, he or she may dread or even fear going to work due to the mistreatment likely to come. When parties face this type of scenario, they may wonder how to deal with the harassment, discrimination and other unseemly acts.
Facing unseemly behavior from other people day after day can take a considerable toll on individuals. When this behavior occurs at someone's place of employment, he or she may dread going to work and face other negative effects. Workplace harassment can take negatively impact the lives of California workers, often affecting their health and well-being.
Being subjected to unfair treatment at the workplace can have a devastating impact on a person's life. Although there are laws and regulations in place to protect individuals from workplace harassment, unfortunately, it continues to be a concern for individuals in California who work in a variety of professions. A recent report suggests that nearly 40 percent of individuals employed with the National Park Services have experienced some form of harassment or discrimination while on the job.