Workplace Harassment Compensation
Workplace Harassment Compensation Are you the victim of workplace harassment and are now seeking compensation for the financial loss or psychological trauma this has caused you? You need to speak to one of the expert legal team at Michael Lewin Solicitors who can provide you with legal representation in an employment tribunal.
Harassment can be classed as unwanted conduct which is related to a relevant persons protected characteristics this will have the purpose or effect of violating an individual dignity for creating an intimidating hostile degrading offensive or humiliating environment for the particular individual involved.
Harassment is a form of discrimination and it is against the law to discriminate against anyone in any environment whether this is at work or in a public place. Discrimination can come in many different forms and can include direct discrimination indirect discrimination harassment or victimisation.
The Equality Act 2010 protects you against discrimination at work and this will cover areas such as dismissal employment terms and conditions pay and benefits promotion transfer opportunities training recruitment and redundancy.
It is important that if you are the victim of harassment at your place of work that you complain directly to the individual or organisation that is harassing you. If you are not comfortable in doing this personally then you can speak to a manager trade union representative or a member of the human resources department. If this fails and you are still being harassed at your place of work then you may be entitled to compensation.
Have you left your workplace due to harassment and are now seeking compensation for the financial loss for psychological trauma this has caused you? You need to speak to one of the highly successful employment law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors who will be able to discuss your eligibility to make a successful compensation claim.
Michael Lewin Solicitors receive many enquiries on a daily basis from those who are looking at making a compensation claim against their employer. On the 2nd December 2012 we received an enquiry from Mr M from London who was looking at making a harassment complaint against his employer.
It is your employer’s responsibility to ensure that harassment does not take place in their establishment. An employer needs to ensure that a formal policy is in place in regards to harassment or bullying at the place of work.
Michael Lewin Solicitors will happily discuss your eligibility to make a successful harassment compensation claim against your employer. They can provide you with free and helpful advice over the phone and will happily answer any questions or queries you have free of charge.
If you are the victim of workplace harassment and you are now seeking compensation you should speak to one of the employment law experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss the eligibility of you claim today on:0844 844 9866.