The right not to be discriminated against applies to job applicants, workers and employees. Discrimination in the workplace involves being treated less favourably than others because of a 'protected characteristic'
Discrimination at work might include:
- Age Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Maternity or Pregnancy Discrimination
- Marriage and Civil Partnership
- Racial Discrimination
- Discrimination on the Grounds of Religion or Belief
- Sex & Gender Discrimination
- Sexual orientation Discrimination
- Gender Reassignment
We will assess your case and advise you on its merits and likely outcome. If your claim succeeds, you could receive compensation to cover future financial losses and injury to feelings. There is no upper limit on the amount of compensation that may be awarded by an Employment Tribunal for cases of discrimination at work.
Discrimination is a complex area of law - you need a specialist Employment solicitor who understands the pressures you are likely to be under. We are here to guide you through each stage of the legal process, providing straightforward, practical, cost-effective advice.
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