Bullying – In the Right Place
No matter how long you have been seaching the Internet for a solution as to what to do about Bullying in the Workplace, you are now in the ‘Right Place’.
You really need to talk to Christine Pratt at 07734 701221 and she will use all her years of experience to help you NOW. She ought to, she has been helping people just like you since 1996 and has been keeping up with Employment Law ever since.
If you want to help yourself before you call Christine let us just review a few basics.
First, you will have to decide which of 3 routes you are going to take from here:
1. You can do nothing, and many people do nothing. The outcome is that the situation will become worse; you will get more and more stressed, worried, dispirited, downhearted and thoroughly miserable until you get hospitalised. It will get worse. This is probably the easiest route, but it is definitely the worst in our view. Your performance will deteriorate in time and eventually your employer will trigger some formal process against you (typically capability or conduct linked).
2. You can resign and leave what is probably a very good job. The outcome is that you may not easily get another job, you may fall into debt, not be able to pay your way, get stressed out and end up in the same state as 1. above. Later, when you are feeling stronger, you may regret walking away without ‘standing up for yourself’. By this time it will be too late to take action. We certainly do not recommend this route either.
3. You can determine that you are not going to be bullied and you are going to do something about it. Adopt a positive attitude and take recommendations from Christine Pratt – who will help you strategise your case. DO NOT RESIGN. If you do it is far more difficult to resolve the situation.
There are some basic things you can do right away:
- Tell the Bully not to do it any more. Remember bullies bully because they can – so don’t let them.
- Keep a Diary of each incident – you may need this for evidence of the bullying at a later stage.
- Review your Contract of Employment. If you can’t find it ask HR/Personnel Dept for a copy.
- Follow the Grievance stages laid out in your contract. Remember, your employer has a duty to provide you with a safe place of work, both physically and mentally. Your Contract lays out what you should do if you feel he isn’t.
- Most important of all follow the advice of Christine. This is probably the first time you have been bullied, if not it will not be more than a few times. Christine successfully deals with more cases than you have had EVERY DAY and she has a Wealth of experience.
- Christine will tell you exactly what she can do for you and the steps you should take. 07734 701221.
In summary, you are not the first person to be bullied at work.
There is a process/procedure you should go through to stop it once and for all.
Christine Pratt will hold your hand until it has all gone away
Call her for FREE initial advice. 07734 701221