Discrimination in employment: types of discrimination

This note examines various types of discrimination and other potentially unlawful conduct that are set out in the Equality Act 2010. It covers direct and indirect discrimination; harassment; victimisation; and instructing, causing, inducing and knowingly helping discrimination.


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