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Discrimination arising from disabilityThis Practice Note covers an Equality Act 2010 provision which had no equivalent under the law which applied...
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Pregnancy and maternity discriminationThis Practice Note sets out the law regarding discrimination because of pregnancy, pregnancy-related illness or...
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Could an employer's policy of only offering fixed-term contracts to applicants who are not entitled to permanently reside in the UK potentially amount...
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Is it unlawful age discrimination for an employer, that offers permanent health insurance to qualifying employees through a third party insurer, to...
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Policy—equality (short form)1Policy statement1.1The Company is fully committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees, workers and job...
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25th Jun
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Policy—equality1Policy statement1.1The Company is fully committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees, workers and job applicants, and...
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25th Jun
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Prohibited conduct: sample questions—disability discriminationPart AStatement of facts1I suffer from diabetes and chronic depression. I am severely...
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25th Jun
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HarassmentThis Practice Note considers harassment under the Equality Act 2010 (EqA 2010), namely subjecting someone to unwanted conduct which is...
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