Bullying at work results in Mrs Andersen receiving compensation after advice from employment law specialists Michael Lewin.
Mrs Anderson had worked in her current role of customer advisor for a bank. She loved her job the branch was located in a small town and she knew most of the clients personally.
The branch was set new targets which caused the branch manager to resign. The new branch manager who replaced him was very judgemental. He used to time the length of wait for clients and the length of time taken to deal with each client. All the staff were issued with performance criterion and personal targets. Our client was told she must reduce her individual client timing.
Mrs Anderson was renowned for her patience and many of her clients were elderly. They would take longer than the 5 minutes allocated to even get their savings book out of their bag never mind actually dealing with their request.
She wrote to her area manager to inform him of the situation. He arranged a meeting to discuss the issue. When she arrived her branch manager was there and they both reprimanded her for the shoddy way in which she had been allowed to perform her role until that point. She resigned during the course of the meeting as she felt she was being bullied and she could not take the pressure.
I have been the victim of bullying at work and I would like to get advice about making a compensation claim. Our client would not hesitate to recommend us to anyone we do all the paperwork we can on your behalf and you are kept fully updated with progress throughout your case.
If Michael Lewin can help you after you are a victim of bullying at work please call us today for advice or to make a claim on0844 499 9302.