hello there, my daughter has a definitive diagnosis from a consultant rheumatologist and a pain consultant for fibromyalgia. she is 28 and is in full time work as a recruitment consultant. she is excellent at her job and exceeds all targets every month. The issue is her immediate Director seems to dismiss her medical condition, has made no attempt to provide basic "asks" like a phone head set, a decent chair or footrest. She also makes unsuitable remarks in the open office in front of many, to belittle my daughter. There has been numerous occasions where she has made "light" or "fun" of my daughters medical issues. Fibromyalgia is an issue as you look well on the outside but are in varying levels of chronic pain 24/7. It is a very real condition, NOT psychological in any way. I also have the condition, and as a retired State Registered Nurse have detailed information on the condition. The bullying that is going on in subtle or other ways, are beginning to wear my daughter down. What are her legal rights as an employee for this to stop? I have asked her to start keeping a detailed log of events both from to date and retrospectively. Please can you assist us on the law as regards ***** ***** and tell us what her rights are. Thank you Susan Key
my daughter and her work are based in the UK.