kroop labor law
Your Employment Matters
Employees all recognize and are familiar with workplace harassment as actions that violate their employer's policies or actions that violate California or Federal law.
When an employer hires an employee, the employer will typically provide an employee with a copy of the company's sexual harassment policy to review and sign. Similarly, an employer will usually post its sexual harassment policy in a meal room or break area and attempt to train their managers on proper procedures in the event of a sexual harassment claim.
While this type of attention to the company's sexual harassment policy is required and necessary, the employer's attention to other forms of bullying, abusive, unlawful or unfair workplace harassment is also required in its policies and training. Harassment and abuse by a manager or co-employee because of sex or any other unlawful reason causes a hostile work environment.
A hostile work environment permeated by illegal harassment in any form can lead to reduced performance, ongoing medical issues for the employee or ultimately the constructive or unlawful termination of the employee who objects to unlawful workplace harassment.
To inquire about your employee rights or your employer's obligations with regard to all forms of illegal workplace harassment, contact Kroop Labor Law's managing attorney, Marc G. Kroop. Kroop Labor Law provides you with a direct line to counsel (925) 989-8264 The initial consultation is free.
Our main office is conveniently located in the East Bay at 2950 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 300 Walnut Creek, CA 94597. We can also provide you with a free initial consultation in one of our satellite offices located in Pleasanton and San Francisco.
For additional information regarding unlawful workplace harassment, our firm's main website www.krooplaborlaw.com is an outstanding resource for additional employment law information. You may also receive an immediate written response to your concerns from Mr. Kroop by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mailing & Service Address
Our main office and mailing address is 2950 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 300, Walnut Creek, CA 94597. Our office is 2 blocks from the Pleasant Hill BART Station. There is no charge for parking at our East Bay office location.
How We Can Help
Since 1993, Kroop Labor Law's managing attorney, Marc G. Kroop has been specializing in claims related to workplace harassment and protecting employee rights.
For employees seeking information about unlawful workplace harassment, it is important to seek help from a workplace harassment lawyer as soon as possible. There are short time limitations and court imposed deadlines in California and Federal employment law that require immediate action in cases of workplace harassment. These time limitations, can impact an employee's right to bring a claim of workplace harassment, or even substantially limit an employee's right to recover damages. For employees, seeking assistance from an experienced workplace harassment lawyer at the earliest possible time is necessary to protect your employment rights.
Kroop Labor Law provides you with a direct line to legal counsel in the Bay Area. You may telephone Kroop Labor Law's managing attorney, Marc G. Kroop, at (925) 989-8264 Our main East Bay office is located at 2950 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 300, Walnut Creek, CA 94597. We provide a free consultation for employees that are concerned with issues related to workplace harassment.
Alternatively, to receive an immediate written response from us, you may email Kroop Labor Law with any questions you have regarding workplace harassment to email@example.com For additional information about our firm, please visit our firm's main website at https://www.krooplaborlaw.com