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Harassment Lawyers Glasgow

Employment and Partnership Solicitors who represent Directors, Executives, Partners, Employers, and Firms. We are one of Scotland’s most dynamic law firms. Clients include private individuals and businesses of all sizes.

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How is a workplace harassment claim made?

A workplace harassment claim is made by filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC will investigate the claim and, if they find evidence of harassment, will take action to stop the harassment and may also order the employer to take corrective measures.

What is the time limit for making a workplace harassment claim?

There is no time limit for making a workplace harassment claim. However, it is advisable to make a claim as soon as possible after the incident(s) in question. This will give your employer a chance to address the issue and prevent it from happening again in the future.

What evidence is needed to make a workplace harassment claim?

There is no one answer to this question, as the amount and type of evidence needed to make a workplace harassment claim will vary depending on the specific situation and circumstances. However, some examples of evidence that could be used to support a claim of workplace harassment include witness statements from other employees, video or audio recordings of the alleged harassment, and documentation of any previous incidents of harassment.

Can I get help with an employment harassment case?

Yes, you can get help with an employment harassment case. We offer free consultations, this means that you can talk to someone about your case and get their opinion on what to do next.

Bullying and harassment at work

Bullying and harassment at work are serious problems that can have a negative impact on employees’ health and well-being. If you are being bullied or harassed at work, it is important to speak up and get help. There are laws in place to protect workers from this type of mistreatment, and there are also workplace policies that can help to address the problem. If you are being bullied or harassed, talk to your supervisor, HR department, or our team at complete employment solicitors to get started on addressing the problem.

Legal Advice for Employers in Glasgow

There are a number of things that employers in Glasgow need to be aware of when it comes to the law. First and foremost, it is important to ensure that all employees are treated fairly and equally. This means ensuring that they are given the same opportunities, benefits and that any disciplinary action is carried out in a consistent and fair manner.

Employers need to be aware of their obligations when it comes to bullying and harassment in the workplace. This includes ensuring that all employees have the appropriate training and company policies in place to do their job safely and that any harassment claims are properly assessed and controlled.

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How Can We Help You?

We are a team of employment solicitors based in Glasgow who advise and assist a wide range of customers with legal issues in the workplace. We often assist clients from many industries and can help you whether you are a part-time employee, a long-term employee, or even a corporate director