It is unlawful for an employer to subject an employee to discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief.
It is also unlawful to discriminate against someone because he or she does not hold religious or similar beliefs.
All employees have a right to equal access to opportunities for promotion, transfer and training, and to any other benefits, facilities or services irrespective of their religion or belief.
Employees have the right not to be victimised because they have complained that they have suffered religious discrimination or supported another employee in their complaint.
Employees have the right not to suffer any form of harassment related to religion or belief.
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