At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we often get enquiries from employees who feel that they are being harassed and bullied at work. Employees don’t always realise that harassment at work has a specific definition. Please read on for further information about when you can bring harassment claims against your employer.
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Later this month (Monday 16 to Friday 20 November 2020) is Anti-Bullying Week 2020 in the UK. Sadly, many of my clients tell me harrowing stories of bullying and harassment at work. This post sets out some practical tips for dealing with bullying in the workplace.
Are you experiencing bullying and/or harassment at work? Read on for more information about what steps you can take to try and resolve this issue.
Bullying at work enquiries are amongst the most common I receive. On a daily basis, I speak to people who have had their lives made a misery by the bullying of colleagues, managers and customers.
From many years of working with clients, I know that suffering bullying and harassment at work can have a devastating personal impact.
Recent studies have suggested that almost a third of workers in the UK have suffered bullying or harassment at work.