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If the behavior and conduct of fellow employees, supervisors or your employer have created a hostile work environment, you can receive help with protecting your legal rights by contacting a Salt Lake City employment attorney from Haymore Law.We provide dedicated legal representation to employees whose daily routine is disrupted and made unbearable by discrimination, derogatory remarks and sexual harassment, and are committed to achieving the best possible results for our clients.

Unfortunately, there are situations in which employers do not violate specific discrimination laws while still creating a hostile work environment for an employee.

If you have received threats, intimidation, offensive language or name calling, you may have grounds for a lawsuit, as well as if the actions of co-workers make you dread coming to work.

Rule R477-15 of the Utah Administrative Code prohibits all types of harassment in the workplace, including conduct which is unwelcome, pervasive, demeaning, ridiculing, derisive, or coercive, and results in a hostile, offensive, or intimidating work environment.

Equally important, the verbal or physical conduct at issue must be based on a protected category such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

Its severity or pervasiveness must also be of such a nature that a reasonable person would find it intimidating, hostile or offensive.

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