• A worker, job applicant or (in some cases) an ex-employee can bring a claim to an employment tribunal for unlawful discrimination if they think this has occurred.

  • The grounds for bringing discrimination claims are laid out in the Equality Act 2010. Grounds for Discrimination Claims

  • Claims for unlawful discrimination can be brought to tribunal irrespective of the claimant’s length of service or the number of hours they work. Who Can Bring a Claim

  • A claim for unlawful discrimination must normally be lodged with a tribunal no more than three months after the alleged discrimination occurred. Time Limit on Equal Pay Claims

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