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VICTIMISATION COMPENSATION CLAIM SOLICITORS - NO WIN NO FEE



Our panel of specialist solicitors deal exclusively in matters relating to employment disputes. They are qualified to represent individuals throughout the UK in workplace victimisation compensation claims. They are specialists with the experience necessary to handle the complicated issues of employment discrimination. Employment victimisation compensation claim solicitors must remain up to date with the latest legal precedents and are experts on the numerous laws covering employment discrimination and victimisation.


The no win no fee scheme, ensures that bringing your claim is entirely risk free. If you do not win your case, then you pay nothing, no legal fees or other expenses of any kind. Contact us today for a free consultation with one our victimisation compensation claim solicitors . Complete the contact form or phone our helpline or email our offices to discuss the details of your case with a legal professional who understands your rights.



WHAT IS VICTIMISATION - HELPLINE 0844 856 0237

    Victimisation is when an individual who has made a complaint about discrimination is then treated detrimentally by their employer. Victimisation also includes treating someone detrimentally because they have announced an intention to make a complaint or because they are giving evidence in a discrimination complaint. Overall, victimisation is an act of retaliation.


    Sometimes victimisation is blatant, such as harassment and threats. Other times it is more subtle, such as denying requests for overtime. It can also be perpetrated by the complainant's colleagues. In fact, it is even possible for victimisation to take place after the employment has ended. For example, the employer might retaliate by refusing to give the employee a reference.



WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION - HELPLINE 0844 856 0237

    Employees have the right to be judged solely on their skills, abilities and work ethic. Factors such as race, age and gender should not affect decisions regarding who to recruit, promote or transfer. Unfortunately, employment discrimination on a number of grounds does occur. Legislation has been enacted to enforce employee rights and hold employers accountable for any discrimination that takes place within their organisation. Discrimination on any of the following grounds is unlawful:


    • race
    • gender
    • age
    • disability
    • pregnancy
    • sexual orientation
    • religion or belief
    • marital status


    Discrimination can be direct, such as outright unfair or detrimental treatment. It can also be indirect, such as an unjustifiable policy or requirement that negatively affects one group of people more than others. Harassment is a third type of discrimination, which can involve bullying, threats, offensive comments, constant criticism or making someone the repeated butt of jokes.

    If you complain about discrimination in any of the areas listed above and are then treated unfavourably, you may have a claim for victimisation. The law protects employees who enforce their rights, and the rights of others, to equal opportunities in the workplace.



VICTIMISATION COMPLAINTS - HELPLINE 0844 856 0237

    Those suffering from victimisation in the workplace can bring a claim to the Employment Tribunal. There are limits on the amount of time you have to bring your claim. Employees who believe they are being victimised should contact a solicitor as soon as possible. The compensation awarded in victimisation cases is often substantial. Note, however, that you must make a written complaint to your employer before making an application to the Employment Tribunal. A solicitor can help you take the proper steps to preserve your rights to seek compensation.



FREE LEGAL ADVICE - HELPLINE 0844 856 0237

    Our panel solicitors provide no charge, no obligation legal advice. Contact us today for a consultation with an experienced victimisation compensation claim solicitor. Our lawyers can help you understand your rights and can explain your options. Simply complete the contact form located on this website or call us on our helpline or email our offices. The consultation is completely confidential and you are under no further obligation.



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