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Respected Sir

I am a carer working in a care home. The care home owner is a Srilankan and he is using me. I am in work visa and he is using me from work visa getting. He is asking me to do sex even in care home and meet
in lodge. What do ido. Can I continue or stop it. 

Please help sir. Please keep my details secret.

Respectfully

(Name erased) 


Dear Madam,

We are thoroughly shocked of your question.

We believe that your question is highly sensitive in nature.

We advise you to take urgent independent legal opinion before acting upon.

Before answering your case as per Employment Law perspective, we advise that, the acts of your employer is criminal in nature.

If anybody is intimidated or procured for sexual intercourse, it is a criminal offence, which invites harsh punishment. 

The defendant (the person alleged to have done the crime) will be caught under the following provision of Sexual Offences Act 1956.

Sexual Offences Act 1956

Part 1 Offenses, and the Persecution and Punishment of Offenses.

Intercourse by force, intimidation etc.

2Procurement of woman by threats.

(1) It is an offence for a person to procure a woman, by threats or intimidation, to have F1 . . . sexual intercourse in any part of the world.

Hence we request you to contact the police immediately with your grievances. 
In the Employment Law, perspective, the acts of the employer is harassment and bullying.

Harassment, is unwanted conduct related to a relevant protected characteristic, which has the purpose or effect of violating an individual\'s dignity or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for that individual.
Bullying may be characterised as offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour, an abuse or misuse of power through means that undermine, humiliate, denigrate or injure the recipient.
You have two options.

Option 1.

Lodge grievance before the Employer following ACAS Code of Conduct.

Or

Option 2.

Lodge a claim before the Employment Tribunal.

Normal course of action as per the Employment Law in escalating the grievances are that, one has to present the grievances before the employer itself.
As far as your case is concerned, it is hardly difficult to lodge a grievance before the employer.
 
Hence if you lodge a claim, directly before the Employment Tribunal, explaining your pathetic circumstances that will be appreciated.

Additionally the acts of the employer will come in the preview of the Sex Discrimination Act 1971.

We advise for a swift action.

Zenith Solicitor (Legal Defence Team)

Disclaimer

The information contained in this article are from the event happened previously. The author of this article takes no responsibility in any shape or form should someone decide to act upon or use it for his/her personal consumption. The article has merely been presented exclusively for information. Should some on decide to use it for any reason, is strongly recommended to take independent legal advice prior to acting upon.

Zenith Solicitor.

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