Religious Discrimination Solicitors UK

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Religious Discrimination Solicitors UK
Do you feel that you have been subjected to religious discrimination at your place of work and you have taken time off to recover from the stress this incident has caused you and you are now seeking a solicitors firm who can assist you in making a claim for stress in the UK?

About.com defines discrimination as “the adverse work treatment of an employee based on a class or category that the employee belongs to – religious beliefs or practices – rather than on the employee’s individual merit.”

Religious discrimination is prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1964. According to this Act, religious discrimination by an employer is forbidden in hiring, firing and other terms and conditions of employment. The Act also requires that employers take reasonable steps to accommodate the religious practices of an employee or a prospective employee of the business.

If you’re being harassed or bullied at work because of your religious belief and you have taken time off work as this caused you prolonged stress then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim. It is important that you report any problems you are having to your line manager or employer directly so that they are aware that you are suffering from religious discrimination.

If your employer fails to take any action to stop the problem and this causes you undue stress then our team may be able to achieve recompense on your behalf.

Our team of experts can assist those who have been the victim of religious discrimination and needed to take time off work to deal with the stress the incident has caused them; why not speak to our solicitors who will be able to assess the eligibility of your claim in the UK if you have also suffered this.

Our team receive a large number of enquiries on a daily basis and Mrs J who lives in Southampton told us that she was suffering psychological issues as a result of bullying and harassment in her place of work. Unfortunately, Mrs J didn’t meet various criteria which she needed to make a successful claim and therefore our team rejected her case and did not start legal proceedings on her behalf.

It is important that if you are looking at making a claim for stress at work that you speak to us as soon as possible as there are time limitations in regards to making a claim.

If you feel that you are the victim of religious discrimination at your place of work and this has caused you to take time off work with stress then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim and the solicitors working alongside will be able to assess the eligibility of your claim in the UK; why not speak to one of the friendly and dedicated team today on: 0845 111 22111