Workplace Harassment

Under Irish Law, all employers in Ireland have an obligation to prevent bullying and harassment in the workplace. All employers should have a policy and procedure in place to deal with and prevent bullying and harassment in the work place. Some examples of bullying and harassment are;

  • Excluding or isolating someone socially
  • Withholding necessary information or purposefully giving the wrong information
  • Making jokes that are ‘obviously offensive’ by spoken word or e-mail
  • Physically abusing or threatening abuse
  • Removing areas of responsibilities without cause
  • Intruding on a person’s privacy by pestering, spying or stalking
  • Assigning unreasonable duties or workload which are unfavourable to one person (in a way that creates unnecessary pressure)
  • Etc.

If you have been effected by bullying and/or harassment in your place of employment then, contact Houlihan Solicitors today to get some legal advice on how to proceed with a claim for compensation.

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