Summary Race and religion have been combined on this page because they tend to be less important in an occupational health (OH) setting than...
Summary Direct discrimination is unlawful even if the employer it trying to be ‘chivalrous’. However in limited cases positive discriminatio...
Summary Direct discrimination is where, because of a protected characteristic, a person treats the claimant less favourably than the person ...
Age is a protected characteristic under Equality Act 2010, but is exceptional in that the justification defence can apply even to direct dis...
Summary This page looks at defences to Equality Act 2010 claims other than the objective justification defence, namely: Occupational require...
Direct discrimination in context Direct discrimination (s.13 EqA) is treating someone less favourably because of the fact of the disability,...