Tees represents and supports employers through every aspect of sexual discrimination claims. Our solicitors provide policies, procedures and legal representation.
Under the Equality Act, it is unlawful to treat employees/workers or prospective employees/workers less favourably because of their sex. The Act also protects people from harassment or victimisation because of their sex.
The Act applies to discrimination against both men and women.
Tees can advise on any aspect of sexual discrimination at work. This is a complex area of the law; without specialist advice, your business may be exposed to risk of sexual discrimination claims from employees and workers. Proper employment procedures and staff training help protect your business against sexual discrimination claims.
In some cases, there is a ‘genuine occupational requirement’ for businesses to implement employment policies which may seem discriminatory. For example, women to work in a female changing room. Policies of this nature, however necessary, can represent a risk to your business – so it’s important to take legal advice from the start. Our employment law specialists can help.
At Tees we have significant experience in dealing with all types of sexual discrimination cases. We will guide you through everything you need to ensure your business is fully compliant with its obligations to employees and workers under the Equality Act. There are a number of ways we can help, including:
If you need advice regarding sexual discrimination, call Tees’ specialist employment law team on 0800 0131165.
At Tees, our dedicated employment law solicitors understand the sensitive and complex nature of sexual discrimination claims. So, if a complaint has been made against your business or staff, you can rely on Tees to support you. Our priority is always to achieve a resolution that works for your business.
Tees delivers practical, straightforward and commercially-focused advice. Anti-discrimination laws can be difficult to navigate without proper legal support, but our experts can guide you. We will work with you, to make sure your business complies with the law, and fulfils any legal obligations to employees.
We understand how important it is to control legal costs, so we’ll be completely open with you about our fees before we start work. We’ll work efficiently to complete your work as quickly as possible and we’ll keep you informed of progress as we go along.
Tees will help ensure that your business is compliant with discrimination law, and minimise the potential of a claim by your employees.
For an initial consultation, at no obligation, or fill out our enquiry form and a solicitor will get in touch.
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