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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