It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate on the basis of sex against an employee if the reason is connected to or because of your sex. Examples of this could be:
- refused employment on the basis of your sex
- offered employment on less favourable terms on the basis of your sex
- denied promotion, training and other benefits on the basis of your sex
- not afforded the same wages or benefits on the basis of your sex
- subjected to a detriment on the basis of your sex
- dismissed on the basis of your sex
- subjected to unwanted sexual conduct,
- not allowed part time working due to your sex and having caring commitments
To bring a claim of sex discrimination, you will need to demonstrate that you are or were an employee or a worker, or were applying for a job as an employee or worker. There is no qualifying period of employment required to bring a claim for discrimination.
To present a claim, you must contact ACAS and complete Early Conciliation within three months starting from the date of the last act of discrimination.
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