Every employee in the UK is protected against workplace discrimination by law. The general rule is that an employer is free to offer employment to whomsoever he chooses, subject to statutory restrictions. An employer may be in breach of statutory requirements if he discriminates against a person on the grounds of:
- Sex or marital status
- Gender reassignment
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation
- Pregnancy and maternity
- Trade union membership
If you have faced discrimination on the basis of any of the above or because you are a part-time worker or have a fixed-term contract our expert solicitors can help you to bring a claim against your employer.
How our employee discrimination solicitors can help:
- Advise you on whether you have a legitimate claim
- Guide you through the process
- Help you achieve a satisfactory outcome and maximise your claim
Please contact one of our specialist employee discrimination solicitors to discuss your requirements.