Sex and Gender Discrimination Aberdeen

Equality Matters

The most recent legislation that prohibits discrimination in the workplace on the basis of sex and gender is the Equality Act 2010. At Employment Law Aberdeen we advise clients regularly on such matters. The range of behaviour that can be classed as discriminatory is wide and if sex or gender has been a factor in determining such matters as recruitment, promotion, training or payment then a discriminatory practice may have taken place.

Employers should have robust procedures and policies in place to ensure that discrimination does not take place and that it is also dealt with appropriately when an employee complains of such behaviour. Generally it is recommended that you bring discrimination issues to the attention of your employer in the hope that this will resolve matters.

You are however able to raise a claim before an Employment Tribunal of sex or gender discrimination in the workplace – contact us to discuss your situation, we will take the time to listen and advise accordingly. We will provide clear advice on how best to proceed and if an employment tribunal claim requires to be lodged we can prepare and conduct the case on your behalf.

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