Bullying In The Workplace Lawyer London

Bullying In The Workplace Lawyer London
Bullying In The Workplace Lawyer London
Have you been subjected to bullying in the workplace and feel that you could benefit from speaking to a lawyer with knowledge of dealing with cases such as these in London? Taking action against your employer when you have had an experience of bullying can feel incredibly daunting and it can be hard to know what your best options may be. The dedicated legal advisors at work ceaselessly to provide a friendly and professional service so that you can feel secure and confident when deciding how to move forward.

Dealing with stress within the work place is the responsibility of the employer and each employee is also responsible for their own wellbeing. Employers have a duty under health and safety law to ensure that they take any reasonable steps so that the risk of stress can be reduced. Stress can be caused in a number of different ways within the workplace and can sometimes be quite difficult to identify. It is important that if you feel that you are suffering from stress at work that you seek the necessary support as soon as possible.

If you have experienced bullying in the workplace do you feel that it could be beneficial to speak to a highly trained lawyer specialising in cases like this in London? If so then you can speak to one of the vastly knowledgeable experts working at Work Stress claims. Our claims managers specialise in all aspects of claims regarding work related stress and are perfectly placed to offer the guidance you require.

Mr D believes that he has been the victim of bullying and that he may have grounds to make a claim for work related stress, as such he decided to make his first query on 15th march 2018. Mr D has worked in his current role for the last ten years and has always really enjoyed his job. For the past six years Mr D claims that he has been the subject of a campaign of bullying by other colleagues working in his unit. His time at work has been made uncomfortable by bouts of him being ignored by colleagues and also personal comments being made regarding an illness his wife is suffering with. Mr D had complained about this bullying but the complaint was not upheld.

Following these incidents Mr D was consequently signed off work with stress in April 2017. In June, while still off sick, he was contacted and offered a financial sum to resign his post which he refused. In October he was made redundant; his sick record was cited as the reason for the redundancy. Following this catalogue of events Mr D wanted to find out if this may be grounds for a legal case to be made against his employer.

For up to date and reliable advice regarding bullying in the workplace and what you can do about it speak to a highly trained lawyer looking a cases in London today by calling our free phone number