Age discrimination

If you feel unfairly treated at work because of your age, you may have a claim for discrimination against your employer. Our employment solicitors can help to guide you through your rights and options available to you.

What are my options if my employer is treating me differently because of my age?

Under the Equality Act 2010, treating someone less favourably because of their age may be unlawful. It is also unlawful to harass or victimise a person because of their age. This applies to all aspects of the working relationship between employers and employees, from recruitment, to terms and conditions, training, promotions and transfer right through to dismissals. 

How can I start a claim for discrimination against my employer?

The Equality Act also protects workers of all ages and Tees has helped people in lots of different circumstances facing potential discrimination. If you think you’ve been the victim of discrimination on the grounds of your age – whether you're just starting out in your career or established in your field - talk to Tees.

Our specialist employment law solicitors can help advising you if you may have a claim, and what you can do about it.

How we can help

If you’ve been the victim of discrimination at work on the grounds of your age, we can help you through it. 

We’ve got a lot of experience of dealing with cases involving age discrimination. As you’d expect, our specialist employment team are experts in employment law, so we're the ideal people to advise you.

Constructive and practical

We know that every case is different. So, when you come to Tees for advice about a potential age discrimination case, we’ll take the time to listen to your story and get a thorough understanding of what’s happened to you. We will use our knowledge of the law to explain where you stand and what your options are. We’ll give you constructive and practical advice about what you can do. If you want us to, we’ll take action to protect your interests and ensure that you’re treated fairly.

Tailored support

As with all our clients, you’ll be at the centre of everything we do. Our aim will always be to get the best possible outcome for you. We’ll talk to you in plain English and we’ll keep in regular touch so that you know what’s going on. We’re always pleased to see you, but we’ll use email, phone calls and letters to keep you updated so you only need to come into our office if that’s what you prefer.

Let’s talk!

We know that talking to a solicitor about your employer can be very daunting. But if you have been the victim of age discrimination, the sooner you talk to us, the sooner we can start to help you sort it out. Give us a call for a completely confidential chat, and we’ll tell you how we can help.

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