Facing discrimination and Harassment at your workplace
Discrimination and harassment in the workplace are serious issues that can significantly impact an individual’s mental health, job satisfaction, and career progression.
Remember, it is your right to work in an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. By speaking up and taking action, you can help create a safer and more inclusive workplace for yourself and others.
Steps you should take:
Keep records: Document the details of the incident(s), including the date, time, location, and what was said or done. Keep any emails, text messages, or other evidence that may support your claim.
Report the incident(s) to your employer: If you experience discrimination or harassment at work, it is important to report the incident(s) to your employer. They have a legal obligation to investigate the matter and take appropriate action.
Seek legal advice: You may want to seek legal advice from an employment lawyer who can help you understand your rights and options for addressing the situation.