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RACISM IN THE WORKPLACE


WE ARE RECEIVING AN ALARMING NUMBER OF EMAILS WITH CONCERNS OF BULLYING AND BEING A VICTIM OF RACISM IN THE WORK PLACE


Discrimination law is complex, we would advise you to make sure you seek sound advice at an early stage before considering bringing an employment tribunal claim.


If you are in a union, speak to your representative for advice. If you are not a union member you might want to think about talking to a solicitor, there may be a charge.


Your local Citizens Advice or Law Centre, or Acas (tel: 0300 123 1100 is worth a call


For more information on Acas early conciliation and bringing a tribunal claim see the section on Acas's website Enforcing your Rights


The TUC has released a short guide with pointers on where you can go for further support if you experience racism where you work: Combatting racist abuse in the workplace: a TUC guide to protecting migrant and Black and Minority Ethnic workers from violence, harassment and abuse

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There are also a number of organisations who can help with this, including:




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