Mrs Tegan getscompensationafter her stress at workcase is settled out of court after Michael Lewingive her advice to fight her claim.
Mrs Tegan had worked as a pharmacy technician for over 20 months. She worked full time and she always had Saturdays off. The branch pharmacist was promoted and her new manager wanted more junior staff to work on a weekend to decrease wage costs.
She was unwilling to work on a Saturday; the main reason she took that job was to avoid weekend work. She went in to see her manager who insisted that she was to work on a Saturday. The area manager became involved and as her contract stated her hours were during the week.She was allowed to continue working her original hours.
This created resentment amongst the other staff and the new pharmacist would not speak to her. She began to be ignored and harassed by the other staff members. Eventually she began to feel shaky and sick before going in to work. On health grounds she had no option than to resign. She put in her letter of resignation that it was due to harassment and victimisation that she was resigning.
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The matter has been settled for Mrs Tegan out of court. She has won compensation for theunfair treatment she received. If you have been unfairly treated in work and would like to get stress at work advice about making a compensation claim call our professional team on:0844 499 9302.