Workplace Harassment & Bullying Advice from Employment Law Birmingham

UK discrimination law covers harassment on a number of grounds including age, disability, colour, ethnic or national origin, race, religious belief or some other philosophical belief, sex and sexuality. Harassment is generally defined by UK employment law as unwanted conduct affecting your dignity whereby you may feel demeaned. You are protected by the law from harassment at all stages of the employment process. If you would like advice on this area of employment law contact our employment lawyers in Birmingham.


Bullying is generally seen as behaviour which is offensive, intimidating, malicious and/orinsulting, which is designed to undermine and humiliate. Legally, the position on bullying is more complex even with more employment legislation being brought into force in the UK, for instance through the Equality Act 2010, and this is why you should speak to one of our Employment Law Birmingham solicitors if you believe you are being bullied.

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Employment law is in place to protect you and you should consult a solicitor specialising in employment law if you think you may need employee law advice. Simply lift the phone to talk to one of our Birmingham solicitors on 01217 560 612.

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