Intimidating behaviour by neighbours
The level of offense depends on your staff--it may take the form of offensive teasing about religious traditions, rude comments, offensive jokes or comments about sex, gender, background, race or affiliation.
When employees feel offended or intimidated at work, their performance is likely to suffer; in extreme cases, they may quit or make legal claims against the company.
Tell the Police how the harassment is affecting you.
Some people are just nasty neighbours and can make your life a misery.
There is excellent advice about what to do about anti-social behaviour and who to involve on the Citizens Advice website.
All the anti-social behaviour in the list below should be reported to the Police.
Failing to deal with the behavior can open you up to lawsuits, bad publicity and crippling legal fees.
Offensive and intimidating behavior can be as serious as threats of physical danger or as seemingly innocent as teasing.They should not be allowed to harass you and there are laws in place to protect you from this.