Bullying In The Workplace Solicitor London

Bullying In The Workplace Solicitor London
Bullying In The Workplace Solicitor London
Have you been involved in an incident of bullying in the workplace and think that you may find some benefit to gaining some expert advice from a solicitor regarding your employment in London? If you feel that you have been affected by this sort of situation, speaking to the highly trained and friendly members of staff at is an ideal starting place to see what your options may be. We can make an assessment of your circumstances and advise you of the best course of action.

If you feel that you are being bullied at work it can be incredibly difficult to cope with and you can also struggle to understand how you can best proceed to find a resolution to the situation. As an employee you have the right to carry out your duties in a safe and protected manner, it is up to your employer to make sure that this is enabled. If you feel like your employer is failing to provide a secure environment and that you are being adversely affected as a result you should inform someone as soon as possible. Any reports of bullying should be taken very seriously by your employer. It may be that they were unaware of the situation and can find an appropriate outcome to the problem without the need for legal action to be instigated.

Having had an experience of bullying in the workplace are you considering obtaining legal advice from a solicitor dealing with cases like this in London? Finding out what your standing is from a legal aspect is always advisable before deciding how you wish to proceed with a claim. The vastly knowledgeable advisors at make it their priority to offer the support you need when making these decisions. Our managers work ceaselessly to make sure we are able to propose the most accurate and relevant way to proceed.

Following an ongoing situation at work Mr T made the decision to seek some advice on 2nd April 2018. He had worked in his post for 18 years and had always enjoyed his job. At the beginning of the year he was suddenly and without consultation moved into a different role within the company. Mr T was incredibly uncomfortable and quite quickly began experiencing feelings of stress and anxiety. He made a visit to his GP who signed him off work and also prescribed medication. Mr T also saw the occupational health doctor at his work who supported his diagnosis. It has been recommended by both health professionals that Mr T is reinstated back into his original post as this would aid his recovery. His manager has so far refused to do this and there is now a risk that Mr T may suffer a nervous breakdown. This has been a very worrying and difficult time for Mr T and he feels he has been left no choice but to seek legal advice.