People can be discriminated against on the grounds of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief. This applies to the recruitment process as well as employment. Whistleblowers can also be discriminated against if they are treated detrimentally following their disclosure.
If you feel that you are being treated differently because of your colour, religion, sex, disability or sexual orientation or because you ‘blew the whistle’ on misconduct in the work place, talk to us. One of our team of lawyers will advise you on what the law says and what your options are.
We have cost-effective options available and offer fixed fee interviews in the first instance to help manage the cost of getting the legal advice you need. You may find that your employment problems are covered by legal expenses insurance. This can provide access to legal advice and cover for the legal costs of pursuing or defending certain classes of legal action, and may be included in your household insurance policy.