Sexual Orientation Discrimination

The Equality Act of 2010 states that it is illegal to discriminate against employees because of their sexual orientation. This is defined as the orientation towards people of the same sex, opposite sex or both.

There are 3 kinds of sexual orientation discrimination. These are:

Direct discrimination
Indirect discrimination
If you consider you have been subjected to sexual orientation discrimination, please contact our specialist employment law team on 0161 834 2623 for a no-obligation, free of charge discussion.