Examples of discrimination in the workplace

The Equality Act 2010 gives all employees the right to be treated fairly at work. That means you should not suffer discrimination in the workplace on grounds of ageracesexdisabilitysexual orientationgender Read on

Gender discrimination in the workplace

Unfortunately, gender discrimination is still relatively common in the workplace. So, what is gender discrimination and what can you do about it if you think you have suffered discrimination? What is gender discrimination? The law provides that men and women… Read on

Mental health discrimination at work

Mental health issues are often in the headlines. But if you’re battling with your own mental health issues, you may well feel isolated and alone. Mental health illness can have a profound effect on your ability to work, socialise and… Read on

Am I protected against disability discrimination at work?

Whether or not you are protected from discrimination at work depends on if you can actually show that you have a disability. For legal purposes, the meaning of disability is much wider than might be commonly understood. Ultimately, only an… Read on

Dyslexia discrimination in the workplace

Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty which causes problems with reading, writing and spelling. Consequently, dyslexic employees often face particular challenges in the workplace. Employers need to be aware of their legal obligations to avoid discrimination, and also consider going… Read on

Age discrimination: Ben Power published in The Times law pages

Ben Power’s article “Age discrimination is still the same old problem” was published in the prestigious law pages of The Times newspaper on 2 August 2018. Ben’s article discusses the conundrum of balancing equality for older workers against fairness for… Read on