There are four main types of discrimination claim that can be brought against an employer. They are:
In relation to disability discrimination, there are additional forms of discrimination; discrimination arising from a disability and failure to make reasonable adjustments. These forms of discrimination are covered in further detail in:
DIS3: Disability Discrimination
For further guidance on the most common specific strands of discrimination please see:
DIS2: Guidance: Sex Discrimination
DIS3: Guidance: Disability Discrimination
DIS4: Guidance: Race Discrimination
DIS5: Guidance: Age Discrimination
DIS2 – Guidance – Sex Discrimination
DIS3 – Guidance – Disability Discrimination
DIS4 – Guidance – Race Discrimination
DIS5 – Guidance – Age Discrimination
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