An incredibly large number of people is affected by workplace bullying. Bullying comes in both downward (i. e. by the “boss”) and upward (i.e. by “colleagues”) forms. Naturally, cases of bullying at school exist as well. Bullying is defined as verbal injury, intimidation or harassment that causes the victims severe suffering. Bullying exerts psychological pressure that leads to anxiety and fears. Yet it is often difficult to obtain proof of subjectively perceived bullying as bullying often takes place in very subtle ways, for instance by consistently ignoring an individual.
Recent years have seen a dramatic rise in the number of bullying victims. Nearly a tenth of all employees are subjected to bullying and the estimated number of unreported cases is much higher. Bullying victims are often the target of harassment, conniving and psychological terror for many years. An expert private investigation firm or private investigator can help bullying victims in many cases by investigating and documenting direct and indirect attacks at the workplace (or school).
If you feel that you are the victim of bullying, then you should take the first step and contact Fritsch Private Investigating. Start keeping a bullying diary and then turn to a private detective with your notes as long you have reason to fear that your boss will shrug your experiences off as “figments of your imagination”. A private investigator will help you to gather conclusive evidence.
Many victims of bullying are not aware of the fact that they may be entitled to damages in case of frequent incidents of unjustified criticism, slander and libel.
An experienced private investigator is able to find sound evidence that may even be usable in court, if necessary. We will help you to regain your self-confidence and assist you in taking your case to labour court before the issue leads to termination of your employment.
A seamless chain of evidence can put a stop to bullying.
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