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Racial Harassment Solicitors - Race Compensation Claim

Solicitors Helpline 0345 515 0974

 

Specialist employment law solicitors deal with racial harassment compensation claims using the no win no fee scheme. You do not have to fund or finance your claim as it proceeds and if the case is lost or abandoned you pay nothing at all. Our race harassment solicitors offer free legal advice on no win no fee claims with no further obligation. If you would like to speak to a solicitor for no cost advice just call the helpline, complete the contact form or email the office. A racial harassment compensation claim arises as a result of an incident or a series of incidents that are motivated by race hatred and are illegal in the UK by virtue of employment protection legislation including :-

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Subjective Test

In general terms the definition of what is racial harassment is subjective rather than objective which infers that it is dependent on the interpretation given to it by the victim rather than the alleged intention of the perpetrator who cannot therefore get away with it, without penalty, by pathetic excuses for bad behaviour such as repeating the oft heard mantra of 'only joking'. There are a number of definitions of exactly what constitutes racial harassment however one of the most common variations is as follows :-

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Unlawful Racial Incidents

Any racial harassment solicitor who deals with compensation claims in the Employment Tribunal finds that most of these incidents occur within the confines of the workplace with the protagonists being co-workers however there are also many incidents of bullying behaviour instigated by line management based on racial prejudice which is of itself not unlawful, because we are all entitled to an opinion, until such time as there are positive discriminatory actions based on race. The following list, which is not exhaustive outlines a number of incidents that may constitute racial harassment and may be sufficient to ground a claim for compensation before the Employment Tribunal :-

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Equal Opportunities Policy

An employer is liable for acts of discriminatory racial harassment in the workplace carried out by an employee however an employer can avoid liability if they ensure that there is in place an Equal Opportunities Policy which defines and outlaws racial harassment and they are able to prove that they took reasonable practical steps to prevent harassment based on race. Employees must be made aware of the law and of company policy and of the consequences of being involved in racial harassment by an on-going program of education in the workplace. Complaints of harassment may be dealt with by a company on a formal basis or an informal basis however in either case the employee is still entitled to instruct a race harassment solicitor to take legal action in the Employment Tribunal no matter the outcome of the companies own investigations.

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Race Harassment Solicitors

Specialist employment law solicitors operate exclusively in all areas of dispute between employees and employers and they do nothing else which enables them to achieve your goals in the most efficient and practical way possible. They are able to pursue or negotiate a racial harassment compensation claim on your behalf and can provide representation anywhere in the United Kingdom. Racial harassment compensation claims are dealt with using the no win no fee scheme with no requirement to fund or finance the claim as it proceeds. If you would like an initial free consultation for advice to find out whether you have a good case, how to go about claiming and how much your compensation might be worth you can call the helpline or complete the contact form or email our offices. If after talking to a specialist lawyer you decide not to take matters further you are under no obligation to do so and you will not be charged for our initial advice session.

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