Indirect discrimination

Indirect discrimination, under the Equality Act 2010, is a type of discrimination that occurs where A applies to B an apparently neutral provision, criterion or practice that A would apply equally to others, but which puts or would put those who share B's protected characteristic at a particular disadvantage. There will be no discrimination if the provision, criterion or practice is objectively justified.

To protect your staff from discrimination you should have an equal opportunities policy.

Members can download an
equal opportunities policy here

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