Personal Harassment or Bullying

personal harassment or bullying

Personal Harassment or Bullying

Intolerable working conditions stemming from personal harassment or bullying may be considered a constructive dismissal since workplaces are to treat employees with decency, civility and dignity ensuring employees are free from all forms of harassment.  Where there is harassment or bullying, a term of the employment contract is broken.

Many times, the act of harassment or bullying will not be objectively clear to an employer, or it may be carried out by individuals who are neither supervisory nor managerial. In all of these cases, it is important that you meet with an employment lawyer who can counsel you through your options and advise what steps you may wish to take to protect yourself and enforce your legal rights.

You want a lawyer who is not afraid to swing for the fences – call Whitten & Lublin Employment & Labour Lawyers. We are one of the Most Recommended Employment Law Firms in the GTA and have worked with countless individuals to remedy bullying and personal harassment.

If would like more information about what Whitten & Lublin can do for you, please contact us online or by phone at (647) 946-1278 today! 

Read our employment law articles about Personal Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace for more information or read about constructive dismissal near you:

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