For those seeking compensation after enduring workplace harassment, their employment contract is often a significant indicator of how much money they could receive in a claim, says KEL lawyer Richard Johnson.
In the article, Johnson says harassment can be considered a cause for constructive dismissal, which entitles an employee to severance.
Although several issues are considered in evaluating harassments, Johnson says the contract should never be ignored.
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