We provide free employment legal advice to women in England and Wales experiencing sexual harassment at work including:
- Identifying sexual harassment
- How to bring a complaint against your employer
- Advice about grievances and investigations
- The Employment Tribunal procedure
- Settlement Agreements and Non-Disclosure Agreements
Sexual Harassment at Work Advice Line
Call: 020 7490 0152
Mondays 3pm – 5pm and 6pm – 8pm
Tuesdays 6pm – 8pm
Wednesdays 6pm – 8pm
The line is closed on bank holidays.
Our lines can get very busy, if you do not get through right away we advise you to call back later that session and try again. In the meantime, we suggest you read our comprehensive handbook which has lots of useful information and template documents that you can use.
We offer telephone interpreting services on all our advice lines.
You will need to tell the advisor what language you speak, then you will be put on hold while we connect an interpreter who will translate.
Employment Tribunal claim about discrimination
If you have or are in the process of issuing an Employment Tribunal claim about discrimination (including sexual harassment) it is recommended that you inform the Equality and Human Rights Commission by emailing [email protected].
Include a copy of the claim form and a letter stating:
- that you are giving the Equality and Human Rights Commission notice of the issuing of proceedings under the Equality Act 2010
- the name of the other party
- the name of the court
- the case number
They request that you do not send confidential documents, see more here: https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/contact-us.
Check to see if you qualify for discrimination (select ‘gender’ discrimination, which includes sexual harassment) law legal aid here.