It is unlawful for an employer to treat an employee, worker or in some cases a self employed individual less favourably because of their race, sex, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability or age. If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination in the workplace Cohen Cramer can offer you the help and advice you need
If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination while at work then we can give you the advice and representation you need. Discrimination claims can be complex and difficult to prove so you need to get the appropriate advice from the outset.
Discrimination can take various forms:
- Direct discrimination
- Indirect discrimination
- Instructing, causing, inducing and helping discrimination
What constitutes discrimination in employment is often misunderstood, and claims are too often issued by Claimants who do not know what does or does not constitute discrimination. Employment Tribunal applications can fail if they do not correctly identify what discrimination occurred or the employee has waited for three months less a day after resigning rather than the act of discrimination.
To maximise your chances of success we advise you to get advice. To see how we can help get in touch with us today:
- Call: Ian Steel on 0113 390 7888
- Pop your contact details in to the form at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you soon.
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