Answered by Jennifer, Hiring Expert at Verizon, on Friday, January 3, 2014
Yes, I'd recommend including the job on your applications. People leave jobs for a variety of different reasons. The most important thing to keep in mind is to be honest about your departure when asked in a job interview. You may receive questions regarding how you will be able to balance your personal and work like balance to ensure to you will be committed to the employer. If an issue like this were to arise again, I'd strongly recommend reaching out to you HR generalist or business partner to see what resources/accommodations, if any, are available to you. Regarding the verbal harassment, it is up to you on whether you'd like to disclose it. If it is something of concern to you, turn it into a question: For example, what resources are available to employees in the case they experience harassment in the workplace? If given the opportunity to interview for a position, I'd focus more on the accomplishments of what you did in the role and/or the obstacles you overcame that will aid in your success for your next role. Best of luck!