Royal v. CCC&R Tres Arboles

Work place harassment is still with us. And, courts still struggle with the term “severe or pervasive.” To rise to the level of work place harassment, conduct must be “severe or pervasive.” In Sanders v. Christus Santa Rosa PASC, 995 F.Supp. 2d 626 (W.D. Tex. 2014), the court looked at the totality of the

People like to joke about a "hostile work environment."  But, what is an actual hostile work environment?  Essentially, hostile work environment means the discrimination is perpetrated by co-workers, not by supervisors.  A finding of a hostile work environment requires that 1) the employee belong to a protected group, 2) s/he was subjected to unwelcome harassment