Victimisation is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010.
Victimisation is being treated less favourably because you made or supported a complaint to do with a ‘protected characteristic’, or someone thinks you did.
Protected characteristics under the law are:
Marriage and Civil Partnership
Pregnancy and maternity
Religion or belief
You do not have to complain about your own discrimination, and you do not have to have a protected characteristic yourself.
An individual should not be subjected to a detriment, discipline or dismissal for complaining about discrimination or harassment in the workplace.
If you feel that you are or have been victimised, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone to speak with a solicitor from our employment team without obligation or simply fill out our enquiry form and one of our specialist employment lawyers will contact you.
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