Discrimination at work

You don’t have to put up with discrimination at work. Not only is it stressful, it’s illegal – and we can show you how to make it stop.

Advice on discrimination at work

Discrimination in the workplace can be direct, such as treating someone differently simply because of their religion. It can also be indirect, such as setting job criteria that more men than women can meet. If you think you’re experiencing discrimination at work, you need to get expert legal advice as soon as possible.

Expert advice will guide you

It’s unlawful for an employer to treat an employee less favourably than another based on:

  • Sex, race and religion
  • Sexual orientation or gender reassignment
  • Marriage or civil partnership
  • Pregnancy or maternity leave
  • Disability
  • Age (unless objectively justified)

Discrimination at work can be hard to understand and harder to manage. We'll help you make sense of the situation, explain the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and show you a clear path towards resolving it.

How we can help you

Our solicitors are experts in employment law, and we regularly deal with complex discrimination cases and claims. We’ve worked on both sides of the fence, so we know what makes people tick, and we’ve heard all the arguments they’re likely to make. This puts us in the perfect position to anticipate what will happen next, and to guide you accordingly. And we’ll give you all the practical advice and support you need. 

A complete service

We provide support and advice on every aspect of discrimination at work. The sort of issues we can help with include:

  • Tribunal claims
  • Exit packages
  • Grievances
  • Managing your concerns
  • Talking with your employer
  • In the case of disability, discussing reasonable adjustments, discrimination arising from a disability and getting you back to work after health issues.

We support you every step

We understand that the situation has probably left you feeling distressed, angry and emotionally drained. It’s a massive strain. We do all we can to ease the burden for you while we work on a resolution. We’ll guide you through every step of the process. And we’ll be right beside you whether we need to negotiate, mediate or litigate to get the right result.

We build our service around your individual needs and the circumstances of your situation. All our help and advice will be focused on finding a quick and efficient resolution that works for you.

We’ll give you our expert legal opinion based on the facts of the case. We’ll explain all your options to you in plain language, and you can be confident that we’ll always be open and honest with you, so you’ll always know exactly where you stand. 

Let's talk!

If you want to find out more, we offer a free initial consultation with one of our specialist employment lawyers. So call us now for a chat, tell us what’s happened, and we’ll let you know how we can help.

Call our Employment Law solicitors on...

0800 013 1165

...for an initial chat, at no obligation, or fill out our enquiry form and a solicitor will get in touch.

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