Sexual Orientation Discrimination

Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation is unlawful.

You do not have to have been employed for a minimum period of time to bring a claim for sexual orientation discrimination. Additionally, your rights exist even before employment - during the job application and interview process.

LGBT rights have existed since 2003 and are now contained in the Equality Act 2010.

Protection against sexual orientation discrimination in the work place exists for a wide range of individuals, including employees, soldiers, police officers, partners and some self-employed contractors.

We will always try to negotiate the best possible settlement for you. Very few cases go to a full hearing, because we are experienced in resolving them as early as possible.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for free first legal advice in regards to sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace.

Contact our team of expert employment and discrimination solicitors to discuss your needs. We offer FREE first advice. Call our team on 0117 929 0333 or email.

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