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  • Employment Memo - Health and safety - Specific issues - Bullying - 5040
    Bullying at work may leave the employer liable for damages under four types of claim: - a harassment or discrimination claim because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (¶5200+); - a claim in tort for stress causing psychiatric injury (¶5010+); - a claim under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 (see below); and/or - a claim for constructive dismissal if the bullied employee resigns as a result...
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  • Employment Memo - Equality at work - Discrimination - Key concepts - Forms of discrimination - Bullying - 5249
    Bullying is a more general term for unwanted conduct that has a detrimental effect on a worker's health or morale. Sometimes, the cause or underlying motive for the bullying is connected to an individual's gender or membership of a particular group under one of the specific types of discrimination, and may well lead to a claim for harassment. Bullying in the workplace may also result in other potential claims (¶5045+).
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