• Devise and implement an equal opportunities policy and ensure that it states clearly that there must be no discrimination or harassment against any employee or job applicant on grounds of gender, pregnancy, transgender status, marital status, civil partnership status or part time status.

  • Ensure that all line managers, supervisors and those with responsibility for recruitment are familiar with the organisation’s equal opportunities policy.

  • Remember that policies and practices that amount to indirect sex discrimination may be justified only when the policy or practice is necessary for business-related reasons.

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