Sex Discrimination Legal Help UK

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Sex Discrimination Legal Help UK
Do you feel that you are the victim of sex discrimination at your place of work and this caused has you to take time off work sick of stress and you are now needing legal help in regards to starting the claims process against your employer in the UK? will be able to assist you in this matter and as we specifically handle claims of this nature we have extensive experience in this field of law.

Stress is a growing problem in the UK and therefore it is important that employers take steps to ensure that their employees are not suffering from stress at their place of work.

An article which was posted in The Telegraph on the 27th of March 2018 reads “A survey of 3,051 people reveals almost half have been significantly stressed in the last six months, with one in three of those saying their stress was work-related. Workers who are stressed are less productive in their jobs, less engaged and more likely to report day-to-day health problems, such as insomnia, headaches and muscular aches and pains, the survey by Robertson Cooper showed.”

The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) have identified six different factors that generally lead to work-related stress if they are not managed in an efficient and proper manner. These are demands, control, support, relationships, role, and change.

Those who are suffering from sex discrimination at their place of work are generally affected by the relationship sector. This is when employees indicate that they are subjected to unacceptable behaviours, such as bullying at work.

There are various reasons why people can go off sick with stress because they are suffering from sex discrimination; however, if you use the legal help on offer at we may be able to make a successful claim against your employer in the UK.

Occasionally employers themselves discriminate by implementing rules and regulations that discriminate indirectly against a person. This is known as indirect discrimination and this also does cause high stress levels in the workplace. It is important that if you are suffering from stress at work that you complain directly to your employer to ensure that they are aware that you are not happy with the way you are being treated and this is causing you to become stressed.

Our team are able to help in almost any type of stress-related compensation claim and we recently received an enquiry from Mrs C who lived in County Durham. Mrs B told us that she sustained significant psychological trauma following an excessive workload. We were able to accept her case and we started legal proceedings on her behalf as she met all the criteria needed to make a claim.

If you feel that sex discrimination has caused you to become stressed at work then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim; you should speak to the legal professionals at who can provide you with help and advice and they can discuss the eligibility of your claim, call our team will today on: 0845 111 22111