Reporting bullying, harassment, and discrimination

Find out what steps you can take when making a report or claim 

Only half of the respondents to the Looking Glass Survey 2022 said they would report bullying, harassment, or discrimination to their employer. The main reasons given were that people often felt nothing would be done, the situation would be made worse, or they worried that they would suffer consequences in the form of loss of future work.

How to make a report

Everybody’s situation is different, but as a basic guide, these are the broad steps you can consider following if you wish to seek support or take action against bullying, harassment, or discrimination at work.

Our Bullying Advice Service can help you make sense of your situation.

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