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Over the years I have met with many individuals who are experiencing difficulties at work. The difficulties they experience can range from working conditions, performance issues as well as forms of bullying and harassment. This blog talks about what you can do if you are being bullied or harassed at work.
Reasonable Adjustments: Case Study
I have met many who clients who have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their disability. One question I am frequently asked is ‘what reasonable adjustments should my employer implement to help me at work?‘ Read for more information about how I helped. Alternatively, if you need help, just call 01522 440512 for a free telephone consultation with a qualified employment solicitor.
I regularly meet people who are experiencing difficulties at work. These can range from their working conditions, performance issues as well as experiencing forms of bullying or harassment. This blog addresses what you can do if you are experiencing forms of bullying at work. Read on to learn more.
I am thrilled to have received lovely comments from a recent client of mine. I helped her with an internal disciplinary at work and also issues relating to discrimination. Read on to learn more.
One of the most frustrating things about speaking with new clients, often with excellent Employment Tribunal claims, is having to advise them they may be out of time. The case described below provides a useful reminder that in discrimination and detriment cases involving a string of complaints, the last act can be used for limitation date purposes. Read on for more information.
I have seen an increase in clients coming to see me in relation to claims for age discrimination. Read my post to learn more about this type of claim.
Over recent weeks numerous stories of sexual harassment in the workplace have been reported in the news, often with very famous figures at the centre of the allegations. This post is intended to help, but if you want to talk to an Employment Solicitor about your situation, call for a free consultation on 01522 440512.