All job applicants have the right to be treated no less favourably than others in the recruitment and selection process on the grounds of sex, pregnancy, married or civil partnership status, age, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, or trade union membership/non-membership.
Applicants should expect the provisions on occupational requirements to be complied with where a job advertisement indicates that a man or woman, someone of a particular race, religion or sexual orientation, someone who possesses a characteristic related to age or someone with a specified disability is required for a specific post.
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