The Equality Act 2010 works to help combat workplace discrimination. If you experience discrimination in the workplace, we’re here to support and direct you in seeking justice.

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The present list of protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010 is:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Gender reassignment
  • Marriage and civil partnership
  • Pregnancy and maternity
  • Race
  • Religion or belief
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation

There are various types of discrimination and other unlawful conduct set out in the Equality Act 2010 that apply to most (and in some cases all) of the protected characteristics:

  • Direct discrimination
  • Indirect discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Victimisation
  • Instructing, causing, inducing and helping discrimination

They are collectively referred to as ‘prohibited conduct’ under the Equality Act.

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It is not only unfair for you to suffer discrimination at work, but it is also unlawful. That’s why our experienced solicitors are here to help you. We can advise you on how to make an official complaint, known as a grievance, to your manager or head of HR.

In cases where discrimination has been too severe to allow a resolution, we are highly skilled in negotiating favourable severance packages if you want to leave your current employer.

You can rest assured that if your employer’s internal procedures do not unable you to reach a reasonable resolution and you believe you need to resign or you have been dismissed, we have extensive experience in helping initiate substantive dismissal proceedings in the employment tribunal. Taking legal advice at an early stage is strongly recommended.

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