Case Study: Discrimination In The Workplace Claim in Birmingham
Discrimination In The Workplace Claim Birmingham Have you suffered due to discrimination in the workplace for which you now intend to bring a claim against your employer in Birmingham? If you have been discriminated against in the workplace by your employer you should make a no obligation call to the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors to find out how we could help you achieve the best possible outcome available to you from bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal.
The Equality Act 2010 gives employees stronger rights not to be discriminated against in the workplace due to particular characteristics that they have. These ?protected characteristics? include sex age disability and pregnancy and maternity.
In addition to the Equality Act working parents also have the right to request flexible working if they have a child in their care under 17 years of age. They can use this right to ask for a change in the number of hours that they were and the times of day or night that they work if they have been employed by the organisation for a minimum of 26 weeks. If
Are you a victim of discrimination in the workplace who needs advice and expert legal assistance to bring a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal in Birmingham? Then you should not hesitate to consult the legal experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors who could use our wealth of experience in successfully handling discrimination cases all over the country to offer you the best possible advice for your particular circumstances as you have just three months minus one day from the date of the discrimination in which you could take legal action and bring a claim against your employer.
Our experts were recently contacted by Ms F from Stourbridge with regards to her complaint of discrimination in the workplace which forced her into resigning from her employment.
Ms F told us of how her employers had denied her request flexible working hours on her return to work following maternity leave which she required due to the care of her child. Her employer told her that it would not be beneficial to the company. After further discussions it was agreed by her company that she could work from home for one day per week however that this would be a short-term solution and be up for review every four weeks. Ms F felt that she “had no choice” but to and in her resignation due to the uncertainty of these conditions. She also told us that her employers have refused to pay her for her notice period.
The dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors are carefully considering all aspects of this case to establish if there are grounds for Ms F to pursue a compensation claim against employers and to make sure that we offer you the best possible advice for her individual circumstances.
If you have been subjected to any form of discrimination in the workplace due to a personal characteristic that you possess being treated less favourably than other employees and not being given the same opportunities for training and promotion then you should consult the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors to find out how we could help you bring a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal in pursuit of recompense for any financial losses that this has caused you to incur along with the injury to your personal feelings; so call our friendly and extremely understanding staff today whether you are in Birmingham or anywhere else in England or Wales on: (0844) 844 9866.