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It is against the law to discriminate against someone in the workplace as a result of an actual – or perceived – protected characteristic as set out in the Equality Act.
There are nine different protected characteristics outlined within the Act:
If you are the victim of sexual orientation discrimination at work, you should contact a specialist employment law solicitor who is experienced in cases of discrimination in the workplace.
The Equality Act 2010 prevents discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation in a place of employment or vocational training.
The regulations aim to prevent discrimination in all areas of employment, including:
The anti-discrimination rules within the Act apply to:
The Act protects anyone who is discriminated against as a result of:
The Equality Act 2010 specifies four main types of sexual orientation discrimination with regard to the workplace:
At Kew Law we have the extensive knowledge and expertise to provide you with advice and expertise in all workplace discrimination claims, including those of sexual orientation discrimination related to the workplace or the recruitment process.
Whether you wish to raise sexual orientation discrimination issues through a formal grievance procedure, or the sexual orientation discrimination you are experiencing may include disciplinary proceedings brought against you, our specialist solicitors are here to advise you.
Contact us for an initial discussion regarding your case. To make an appointment with a specialist employment law solicitor, call us on 0333 322 1000 or 0800 987 8156.
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