Discrimination in Employment is a comprehensive yet accessible and practical guide covering every aspect of workplace discrimination. Setting out in detail the employment provisions of the Equality Act 2010 it looks at the impact of the Act in practice with commentary on the accompanying statutory guidance and codes of practice. There is up to date coverage of emerging case-law from the employment tribunal to the Supreme Court and the CJEU.
The expert author team of discrimination and employment law
specialists are at the heart of many of the major cases in this
area and play an important role in the development of law and
policy in this area. They provide a thorough explanation of
the interaction between domestic and EU law and helpful guidance on
interpretation of equality concepts in the context of international
- protected characteristics - direct and indirect discrimination -
disability discrimination - harassment -
victimisation - maternity and parental rights - other
unlawful acts - avoiding discrimination in recruitment -
discrimination in occupations and non-employment bodies - positive
action - exceptions - public sector equality duty - equality
of terms - pensions - practice and procedure -
remedies - international sources of law
Discrimination in Employment is a handbook for claimants, their
advisers and representatives and anyone who aims to comply with the
requirements of anti-discrimination law.
Essential reading for judges, lay tribunal members, lawyers and
advisers, trade union representatives and HR and equality officers
in public, private and voluntary sector organisations.
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