Bullying In The Workplace Legal Advice London

Bullying In The Workplace Legal Advice London
Bullying In The Workplace Legal Advice London
Have you been affected by bullying in the workplace and think that you could be helped by some expert legal advice regarding your employment in London? If this sounds like a situation you have found yourself in the speaking to the dedicated and friendly members of staff at is an ideal starting place. We can look into your individual case and make an assessment at to the best course of action.

There can be many reasons why someone may feel that they are suffering from work related stress. It can often be related to how they are being treated by colleagues or superiors. If you are being bullied at work it can be an extremely difficult situation to cope with and your wellbeing can be adversely affected. All employees have the right to carry out their duties in a safe and secure environment and it is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that this happens. If you feel like you are suffering from bullying behaviour you should make sure that you bring it to your employers attention at the earliest opportunity. It could be that you are able to find a solution to the problem without the need to make a formal complaint or taking any further action.

Following an experience of bullying in the workplace have you considered seeking legal advice from professionals dealing with cases such as these in London? Here at we have a wealth of experience in dealing with all aspects of employment law and will be able to provide a swift response to your query. Our managers work tirelessly to ensure that we are able to offer the most accurate and up to date information available.

Mr C felt that he needed to make an enquiry to find out where he stood from a legal point of view with a situation he was dealing with at his work place. Mr C had been with his employer working full time for 19 years. Mr C had taken numerous periods of time off work due to stress. He believes the stress was caused by how he was being treated at work. He felt that he was being moved around within the company without his consent and not being given the right training to be able to competently carry out the duties expected of him. He was being asked to operate machinery without formal training and this has exacerbated his stressed state. He has been prescribed medication by his GP for the depression and stress his is currently suffering with. Mr C has approached his employer and made them aware of the reasons he has been off sick, he has also sought advice from his union.