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For Employers Discrimination

In the UK, the Equality Act 2010 makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee. If an employee believes that their employer has done something that amounts to their being treated unfairly in a fashion that is discriminatory, then an employer may be vulnerable to a discrimination claim under the Equality Act. 

KLG Law can provide employer advice on discrimination in the workplace and handling a claim correctly. 

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  • Workplace discrimination legal advice
  • Experienced employment law specialists

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Discrimination in the workplace

Discrimination claims can be very difficult to handle: only certain kinds of conduct can be deemed to be discriminatory. 

Furthermore, the conduct must be of a certain degree before there can be a potential legal action. At KLG, we are experts in the field of employment law with particular knowledge of the law on discrimination. 

If you are concerned that your organisation may become vulnerable to a discrimination claim, please contact us today. 

We advise clients in Maidenhead, Slough, Reading, Watford, Gerrards Cross, Central London, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Luton, Bristol, Swindon and across the UK.

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Types of discrimination in the workplace

Under the Equality Act, there are certain characteristics of people which cannot be used to treat you unfairly:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Gender (including gender-reassignment)
  • Marriage/civil partnership
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • Sexual Orientation


Each of these characteristics is deemed a ‘protected characteristic’. If an employer takes any action that is unfair, and it relates to any of the characteristics listed above, then this may give rise to a discrimination claim.

For more accredited employer advice on discrimination in the workplace, check out our blog post here.

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Leading No Win No Fee Workplace Discrimination Lawyers in London, Reading, Slough, Watford, Maidenhead & Henley, contact KLG Law today on 08008321554 or contact us.

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