The Equality Act 2010 provides that every worker within an organisation should be entitled to:
Under the Equality Act there are 9 specific areas which are called protected characteristics; any discrimination against workers because of these characteristics would be unlawful. Therefore, it is vital that employers have the right training, policies and procedures in place which aim to prevent discrimination and embed the principles of equal opportunities within the organisation.
As an employee or prospective employee you have a right to fair practices and behaviour in the workplace, fair allocations of workloads, equal access to benefits and conditions, fair processes to deal with work-related complaints and grievances, a competitive merit-based selection process for new recruits and promotion and a workplace that is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment or bullying.
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