Case Study: Discrimination at work – Mr B
Discrimination In The Workplace Claim Have you had to face discrimination in the workplace for which you now want to make a compensation claim against your employer? Then you should consult the highly skilled and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors as we could help you maximise the results of the claim your bring against your employer for discrimination by providing you with accurate and personalised advice clear steep-by-step guidance and outstanding legal representation.
Discrimination at work occurs when an employer does not provide an individual with same employment terms pay and benefits and opportunities for training transfer and promotion as other employees. This is unlawful and if you have been subjected to discrimination by your employer you could be eligible to bring a compensation claim against them.
Characteristics that are protected by the Equality Act 2012 include age sex race pregnancy and maternity sexual orientation religion and beliefs anddisability. Discrimination against a person due to them possessing one or more of these characteristics is unlawful regardless as to whether it is direct or indirect.
If you are considering pursuing a claim against your employer for discrimination you must do so within a time limit of 3 months less a day in order for it to be considered by an employment tribunal. Discrimination claims can be extremely complex and it is essential that you seek legal advice.
Have you been subjected to discrimination in the workplace by your employer and you are now considering bringing a compensation claim to an employment tribunal? If you are the victim of discrimination at work then you should make a no obligation call to the dedicated employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors to confidentially discuss your case and find out how we could help you secure the full compensation you justly deserve for the way you have been treated in the workplace.
Mr B from Hull recently contacted our dedicated employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors as he is suffering discrimination at work. He told us how this is causing both him and his pregnant partner a great deal of stress. After carefully examining the details of his case we have agreed to act on Mr B’s behalf to help him in his pursuit of recompense.
Disputes at work can not only have an effect on the employee causing them to suffer stress anxiety and physical health problems too but this can also have an impact on the rest of their family.
If you are the victims of discrimination in the workplace you should consult the highly skilled and extremely understanding legal team at Oakwood Solicitors to discuss your case in confidence as we could use our wealth of experience in successfully handling claims of this nature to help your secure the maximum compensation award available to you in your particular case of discrimination; so call our friendly and helpful staff today on: 0844 844 9866.