Grievance template letter: Bullying

Are you being bullied or harassed at work? Putting up with a bad situation will make you miserable. Harassment is unlawful and unacceptable, put a stop to it now. Bullying that is not based on a protected characteristic is not against the law, but your employer has a duty of care to protect your wellbeing at work.

Raising a grievance can force your employer to take responsibility for resolving this degrading experience for you. If the bullying is so severe that you have to leave, you may be able to make a legal claim for constructive dismissal. By raising a grievance you start the process to defend your case, should you need to take the matter to the employment tribunal. Download our Grievance letter template: Bullying so that you can get your issue investigated.

Your employer should respond to your grievance letter in accordance with their Grievance Policy or within a reasonable time.

grievance letter template bullying, from employment law friend
grievance letter template bullying, from employment law friend
grievance letter template bullying, from employment law friend
grievance letter template bullying, from employment law friend
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What's included:

  • details of the bullying
  • explanation of why the bullying is unlawful (we list out all the reasons)
  • request for the company to take action against the bullying or harassment
  • explain what you can do if your employer doesn't respond, review or change their position

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you help me raise a grievance over bullying or harassment?

We can arrange a consultation with a solicitor who will set a fee for drafting your letter, if you'd prefer not to use our downloadable documents to Do-It-Yourself.
If you'd like to instruct a solicitor, please get in touch with the following information.

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    Have you been forced to leave your job?
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    Date of the last incident of bullying or harassment
    3
    Length of employment
    4
    A brief background of the alleged offences in the workplace
    5
    A copy of your contract of employment
    6
    A confirmation of your annual gross salary

Drafted by Claudine Boast

This document has been drafted by Claudine Boast who qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2006. Claudine runs her own law firm called Parachute Law and she has worked for large corporates through to small start-ups. Her knowledge of employment law is extensive and Claudine drafts these legal documents to help you in a cost effective way. If you want to get her legal advice on your specific case then you should get in contact with her by clicking the link below.

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