Bullying and Harassment at Work

Everyone has the right to be treated fairly at work. If you feel that you are being bullied, harassed or treated badly at work it is important to know what your rights are. Our specialist employment lawyers can provide expert advice on your situation and the options available to you.

Examples of bullying and harassment at work might include:

  • Unfair criticism of you, being shouted at or intimidated; 
  • Being excluding from meetings, emails or social activities;
  • Being teased or subjected to sexual innuendo;
  • Being given more work to do than anyone else.

There are of course many more examples. Your employer has a duty to protect you from bullying and harassment and we can support you with raising your concerns about unfair treatment. Your employer should take any complaints about this sort of behaviour seriously, investigate them properly and take appropriate action to resolve the situation. Should they fail to do so, we can also help you take action if you are forced to leave your job because of how you have been treated.

How can we help you?

We have helped employees tackle bullying and harassment at work across all industries, including those working in senior executive or management positions for large organisations. We will work with you to ensure that you get the best outcome for your personal circumstances.