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All employees are entitled to equal treatment. Discrimination is where an employer treats an employee differently because of one of their personal traits, known in law as protected characteristics. These include age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. If you have been treated differently by your employer within the past three months because you have one of these protected characteristics, please contact us. You may be entitled to raise a claim in the employment tribunal against your employer.
We will have an initial meeting with you to discuss your situation.
After our meeting, one of our best suited solicitors will be assigned to your case.
We will guide you through your case with superior legal advice.