Commentary

168.1 Discrimination on the grounds of membership or non-membership of unions

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168.1 Discrimination on the grounds of membership or non-membership of unions

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168 Discrimination under other legislation

168.1 Discrimination on the grounds of membership or non-membership of unions

It is unlawful for an employer to refuse to offer a job to an applicant on the grounds that he is a member, or not a member, of a trade union, or because he is unwilling to accept a requirement to take steps to become or cease to be, or to remain or not to become, a member of a trade union or to make payments or suffer deductions in the event of his not being a member of a trade union1. It is also

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