In all contracts of employment, there is an implied duty of mutual trust and confidence between the employer and the employee. Failure to tackle instances of bullying and harassment is likely to amount to a breach of trust and confidence, which in turn amounts to a breach of contract. An employee who is bullied or harassed at work and/or not provided with support following a complaint may be able to resign and bring a claim for constructive dismissal to an employment tribunal.
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