Bullying At Work

Bullying At Work
Bullying At Work
Are you a victim of bullying at work? If you have had to face bullying in your workplace on a day-to-day basis and this has resulted in you suffering great distress and anxiety, you may be eligible to pursue a compensation claim against your employer and should make a no obligation call to discuss your case in confidence with the experts at , to find out how we could act on your behalf to help you achieve the best possible outcome available to you from the claim that you may with the minimal fuss for you.

According to Julian Knight, BBC News online personal finance reporter, “research from a leading psychologist suggests that bullied workers go through the very same emotions and stresses as battle scarred troopers”.

He says that “Dr Noreen Tehrani has counselled victims of the troubles in Northern Ireland, soldiers returning from combat overseas and victims of workplace bullying” and she comments that “the symptoms displayed by people have been in conflict situations and workplaces where bullying happens are strikingly similar”. She goes on to say that “both groups suffer nightmares, a jumpy and seem fuelled by too much adrenaline. In addition, they show greater susceptibility to illnesses, heart disease and alcoholism”.

The article describes how psychologists prefer to define bullying as “persistent devaluing, demeaning or harassing of someone at work”.

Have you suffered stress and depression as a result of bullying at work? Then you should consult the extremely understanding professionals at , as we may be able to help you pursue a claim against your employer for recompense for the distress caused to you if they failed in their legal duty of care, not heeding to your complaint or taking any preventative measures in the workplace to avoid this.

Our extremely understanding professionals recently consulted by Mrs J, a dental nurse from Southampton, who told us of her psychological issues that she suffers as a result of bullying and harassment at work.

It is essential for our extremely dedicated team to thoroughly examine the full details of the case when we receive enquiry of this nature, to establish if the employer in question had any knowledge of the workplace bullying and harassment and if there were any reasonable and practicable measures that they could have taken to resolve open to the situation, as part of their legal duty of care to their employees.

If you are a victim of bullying at work, and this in conjunction with excessive pressures and demands placed upon you by your employer has caused you to suffer work-related stress, you may be eligible to claim compensation and should consult the extremely dedicated professionals at to confidentially discuss your case and find out how we could help you achieve the best possible outcome available to you from employment tribunal, by calling our friendly staff today on: our free phone number