Nobody should have to put up with being harassed or bullied at work.
Harassment and bullying can take many different forms and can often be discriminatory (e.g. unwanted sexual comments or approaches or being called racist names).
We are experts in dealing with this area of the law and can advise you in connection with the steps that you need to take in order to protect your position and ultimately to bring the bullying and harassment to an end. We can also advise you in relation to the potential for you to issue formal legal proceedings in the Employment Tribunal against your employer and where appropriate any relevant co-workers as well.
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