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Discrimination in the Workplace

Workplace Discrimination Legal Advice

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in the workplace, it can be an extremely distressing feeling.  It is important to remember that you are not alone and that there are laws in place to protect employees from bullying and discrimination in the workplace.

If you feel that you may have a claim for workplace discrimination of any description, be it on the grounds of age, race, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or disability, an employment law solicitor will be able to advise you of your rights and may be able to assist you with making a claim against your employer. To speak to an employment law solicitor at Farleys, call 0333 331 4031 or email us  and a member of our employment team will respond to your enquiry.

FAQs

What is workplace discrimination?

The most commonly encountered forms of workplace discrimination are:
Racial discrimination
Age discrimination
Sexual discrimination
Sexual orientation discrimination
Disability discrimination
Religion or belief discrimination

Does a claim depend on length of service?

Unlike some other forms of employment related claims, discrimination claims are not contingent on length of service and can even be brought during the recruitment process. Discrimination can be defined as ‘direct’, ‘indirect’ or can present itself in the form of ‘harassment’.

Contact an Expert in Workplace Discrimination

If you have been subjected to discrimination in the workplace due to your sex, race, age or sexual orientation, you should contact an experienced employment law solicitor for advice.

To speak to an employment law solicitor at Farleys, please call 0333 331 4031 or email us  and we will respond to your enquiry at the earliest opportunity.

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