Discrimination at work is against the law. All work places should have a policy that says what your employer will do if someone is discriminating against you. Ask to see this policy if you feel you are being discriminated against.
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Are You Protected from Discrimination?
Taking action about discrimination
The Equality Act 2010 says you must not be discriminated against because of a protected characteristic. But taking action against discrimination can be complex. To win the case you need to take action step-by-step. Find information from the Citizens Advice Bureau about:
Not discrimination under the Equality Act 2010?
If you have not been discriminated against because of a protected characteristic you cannot use the Equality Act 2010. But you can use the Protection Against Harassment Act 1997.
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