Harassment at work isn’t always illegal, but if it is based on your race or is sexual in nature, you have protection under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act. Navigating these claims can be tricky, and you should find out immediately what your Employer’s policy says you are supposed to do if you experience harassment at work.

Pursuing a harassment claim requires going through the administrative process at either the EEOC or the CCRD. You are not required to have attorney representation for this process, but in order to reap the possible benefits, we recommend it in most situations.

If you believe you have been harassed at your workplace, don’t hesitate to contact an attorney. The experienced employment attorneys at Livelihood Law are happy to discuss your rights and options. Contact us here today.