Constructive dismissal case gives Mrs Hourstan compensation after Michael Lewin gives her advice about making a bullying claim.
Mrs Hourstan had worked within the same company for many years. She worked as a computer repair technician and when an opportunity arose to be trained further with a new operating device she was the first to put her name down.
She was devastated to be told that as she was in a wheelchair no provision was able to be made to accommodate her into the training venue. Mrs Hourstan went to see her boss; he told her that he was unwilling to make any changes to the training schedule. He said that she was acting like a spoilt brat wanting everything her own way. He refused to record the training so she could watch it at home nor would he discuss getting notes for her to be able to look at the system in her own time.
She felt that her job was basically finished as she would not be able to repair the computers as easily as her colleagues as she would not have been trained on the most recent systems. She felt this behaviour was very unfair and amounted to bullying a disabled person because of their inherent vulnerability.
I have been the victim of a constructive dismissal; can I make get advice from solicitors about making a bullying claim? Michael Lewin never charges up-front-fees to make a constructive dismissal claim. We take our fees from the other side you get 100% of the compensation that you are awarded.
If you would like to make a constructive dismissal compensation claim call our professional team at Michael Lewin on: 0844 499 9302 for advice about bullying in work and how to claim.