The Equality Act 2010 requires all employers to ensure that their rules on dress and appearance are applied fairly and do not result in employees being disadvantaged or unfairly discriminated against because of their gender, ethnicity, religion, cultural traditions, disabilities and other characteristics that are protected by the Act.
Any employees with protected characteristics can expect their employer to make reasonable adjustments to their dress and appearance requirements so that they are not subject to any form of discrimination.
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