In our second instalment of our corporate transaction series, we look at the vital role that the due diligence process plays in making a success of any transaction. Having made the decision to acquire a business, the buyer will want to maximise the...
Sexual discrimination is discrimination on the ground of gender. The Equality Act 2010 provides protection from forms of direct and indirect discrimination.
An application may be made against an employer regardless as to whether or not the person is employed. Sex discrimination may be claimed in any of (but not limited to) the following situations
- Recruitment and selection
- Training and Development
- Discipline and grievances
- Bullying and harassment
- Working hours
Discrimination claims can be very complex whether you are brining or defending a claim. Our lawyers can give you advice as to the value of the claim and direction as to how to proceed further.
As well as advice on existing claims our lawyers are able to advise you on implementing procedures and common practices that may reduce an employer's vulnerability to claims being brought against them.
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