The workplace should be an environment where everyone is a valued part of a team. People should feel happy and confident when they go to work each day and when they leave work, they should feel as if they made a good contribution to their workplace on that day. They should be looking forward to seeing their colleagues on the following day.
This is what happens for most people in the workplace, but for some, it’s a different story.
In some work places, an individual can feel isolated, bullied and harassed. They can be picked upon, treated poorly or worse than their colleagues and feel as if no-one is noticing, no-one cares and no-one is willing to do anything about it. Some individuals are discriminated against because of their race, religion, disability or gender, and often they don’t know where to turn.
If you have experienced anything like this or you know someone who has, please contact the Ashford Mediation Service. It is a free and confidential service, staffed by professionally trained volunteers. They will help you identify what the important issues are and work with you to help to resolve them.
Contact us on 01233 896 237 or drop in and see us at the Ashford Civic Centre. You can also contact us on our website at firstname.lastname@example.org