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Discrimination Workplace Claim Have you been subjected to discrimination in your workplace for which you now seek advice with regards to bringing a compensation claim against your employer? If you have been treated worse than your colleagues by your employer due to a personal characteristic that you possess such as your age sex sexual orientation or disability then you should make a no obligation call to discuss your case with the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could provide you with the personalised advice and clear step-by-step guidance that you need whilst acting on your behalf to help you achieve the best possible outcome for bringing a claim against your employer.

The Equality Act 2010 gave employees greater rights not to be discriminated against due to personal characteristics which they possess. Characteristics that are protected under the Act include:

? Age
? Disability
? Sex
? Sexual orientation
? Race
? Religion and beliefs
? Pregnancy and maternity
? Marriage and civil partnership
? Gender reassignment.

If you feel that you have been discriminated against at work to strongly advise that you try to resolve the issue informally with your employer is at first however if this fails you should submit a written grievance.

Are you the victim of discrimination at your workplace by your employer for which you are now considering bringing a claim to an employment tribunal? If you have treated less favourably than your colleagues such as not being given the same employment terms pay and benefits and opportunities for promotion and transfer due to a personal characteristic that you have then you could be entitled to compensation and should consult the extremely understanding and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could help you secure the full compensation that you justly deserve with the minimal fuss for you.

Mr H from Wednesbury recently consulted the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors with regards to his complaint about possible victimisation and stress at work. Our legal professionals thoroughly investigated all aspects of Mr H’s case to establish if he had grounds to bring a claim against his employer for this victimisation and stress that it was to him and were able to advise him accordingly.

Victimisation occurs when an employee is treated in a detrimental way because they have made a complaint about being discriminated against or harassed or they are intending to make a complaint.There are different ways in which an individual can be victimised including refusal of request a time of being denied the training or promotion being ignored and excluded by their manager colleagues and being subjected to continual criticism for their work. There is no excuse victimisation at work and you should consult legal experts if this has happened to you.

If you have suffered discrimination in your workplace you should make a call to the highly skilled legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors who have extensive experience in successfully handling cases for discrimination all over the country as we could help you successfully pursue a compensation claim against your employer and achieve the best possible results that are available to you on: (0844) 844 9866.

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