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An individual may be able to bring legal action against his/her employer if he/she has been treated less favourably on any of the following grounds:-
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Please note that this website is currently being worked on to update references to legislation following the introduction of the Equality Act 2010. Until this work is complete the site may reference to earlier legislation.
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