You may be a victim of bullying if you are being picked on or intimidated at work. You can try to resolve any problems by raising a complaint through your employer’s grievance procedure. If the grievance does not resolve the issues or if you have already left your job because of the bullying, you should seek legal advice on your position. You may have an employment tribunal claim for constructive unfair dismissal. If the bullying or harassment amounts to unlawful discrimination you may also have a claim for discrimination.
How can we help you?
Our specialist employment solicitors can advise you in relation to harassment, victimisation and bullying in the workplace. We can give you constructive, beneficial and pragmatic advice in order to enable you to consider your legal options when faced with a difficult and stressful working environment. This will ensure that you obtain the right advice to enable you to make an informed decision under stressful circumstances so that you are able to reach a suitable solution.
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