If you’re being treated differently to others at work, you may have a claim for unlawful discrimination at work.
Unlawful discrimination occurs if you are being treated differently or less favorably because of:
- Race, colour, nationality or ethnicity.
- Being male or female.
- Disability (including caring for a disabled person).
- Sexual orientation, for example if you are lesbian, gay or bi-sexual.
- Pregnancy or maternity or other parenting leave.
- Getting married or entering into a civil partnership.
- Gender re-assignment surgery.
We may be able to help you use the law to stop the discrimination and to claim compensation (based on your particular circumstances). This can take account of any financial loss you’ve suffered, predicted future financial losses and for injury to your feelings. Discrimination claims are however complicated and you should take early expert legal advice.
Please take advantage of our confidential Free First Advice service. With QualitySolicitors it doesn’t cost you anything to find out if we can help you.