Prohibited conduct

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Treating someone less favourably A person directly discriminates against another person where: • he treats him less favourably than he treats or would treat others, and •...

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Nature of the duty The duty to make reasonable adjustments (referred to below simply as 'the duty') comprises three requirements. The element that is common to all three...

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Background This Practice Note summarises the law and provides practical guidance to service providers in respect of their obligations to provide goods, services and...

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STOP PRESS: A statutory Code of Practice on sexual harassment and harassment at work (which will be preceded by technical guidance from the Equality and Human Rights...

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There is a clear difference between direct and indirect discrimination, and the two are mutually exclusive (although claims may of course be brought in the alternative):...

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A proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim Unlike direct discrimination (except direct age discrimination—see below), indirect discrimination can be justified...

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This Practice Note sets out the law regarding discrimination because of pregnancy, pregnancy-related illness or maternity under the Equality Act 2010 (EqA 2010). A...

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Mistreatment for asserting rights Individuals who speak up to assert their rights under the Equality Act 2010 (EqA 2010) run the potential risk that they will be treated...

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