Discrimination in the Workplace

Cases of discrimination can be complex and victims of discrimination will need to obtain expert legal advice from the outset.

Discrimination laws protect a wide-range of individuals including employees, job applicants, workers, contractors, partners and LLP members against workplace discrimination. It is unlawful to discriminate on grounds of sex; race; age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; religion or belief; and sexual orientation. Harassment or victimisation related to any of these grounds is also unlawful.

If you are suffering discrimination at work Doyle Clayton Employment Law Solicitors can help you to resolve the matter in a way which meets your objectives. Our employment lawyers have a wealth of experience of advising individuals in connection with workplace discrimination issues.

We can advise you on:

  • How to institute a grievance
  • The grievance process, including drafting or reviewing grievance documentation
  • Bringing an employment tribunal discrimination claim
  • Claiming constructive dismissal
  • Settlement terms

Contact us:

To discuss your situation with a  Doyle Clayton employment law solicitor email details to info@doyleclayton.co.uk or contact any of our offices.