Dignity At Work – what is it? (5)

Discrimination

  • Although not a necessary element, discrimination is often an aggravating factor.
  • Discrimination on the following grounds is unlawful:

– Sex.
– Gender reassignment.
– Being married or in a civil partnership.
– Being pregnant or on maternity leave.
– Race (including ethnic or national origin, nationality and colour).
– Disability.
– Sexual orientation.
– Religion or belief.
– Age.

  • Direct, indirect, harassment and victimisation