What should I do if I am being bullied at work? This can help you clarify exactly what your complaint is, and make it easier to discuss when you need to.
Check if your problem at work is discrimination This advice applies to England Print. Follow us on: You shouldn't have to put up with it. It is a good idea to seek legal advice such as from a Community Law Centre before deciding whether to make a claim to the HRC or raise a personal grievance. If you think you're being bullied, it's best to talk it over with someone, because what seems like bullying might not be.
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Advanced Search Search Tips. This may mean going to an employment tribunal. Before taking action If you think you're being bullied, it's best to talk it over with someone, because what seems like bullying might not be. You may be able to stay in New Zealand and apply for a new visa while your complaint is under investigation.
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Discrimination Are you being treated differently at work? An employer might think they can get away with abusing their employee, because the threat of deportation is enough to prevent their victims from reporting it.
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