Bullying and Harassment

At Hill & Abbott Solicitors we understand the impact both on time and financially allegations of bullying and harassment can have on your business.

Although bullying itself is not against the law, harassment is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010. Bullying can lead to low morale within the workplace leading to absenteeism and potentially good staff leaving the business. Harassment can be equally serious and can lead to an employee who feels they have been harassed making a claim in the Employment Tribunal.

If you are an employer or an employee who is aware of bullying and harassment our team can assist you with straight forward advice as to your rights and obligations.

Examples of bullying or harassing behaviour include,

  • spreading malicious rumours,
  • unfair treatment,
  • picking on someone,
  • regularly undermining and/or ignoring someone,
  • denying someone training and/or promotion, due to their sex, age, disability or gender to name but a few.
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