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  1. Sexual orientation discrimination

    The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against employees, job seekers and trainees because of their sexual orientation. For example, an...

  2. Sexual orientation discrimination: a guide for employers

    Did you know? What is sexual orientation discrimination? Identifying sexual orientation discrimination at work How to prevent sexual orientation discrimination...

  3. Sexual orientation must not be a barrier to fulfilling potential

    Strides have been made in recent years in improvements to inclusiveness and diversity in the workplace. Employers who build inclusive, supportive workplaces...

  4. Acas finds name calling, threats and bullying in discrimination cases for sexual orientation and religion or belief

    Today, 2 April 2007, Acas presented their research results on the impact of the Sexual Orientation Regulations and the Religion or Belief Regulations 2003....

  5. Measuring staff performance

    Measuring staff performance is about reflecting on what your employees do (their work objectives) and how your employees do it (the behaviours they are...

  6. Diversity and inclusion at Acas

    Acas will ensure applicants will not be discriminated because of their protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. Protected against characteristics...

  7. What's the difference? Direct and indirect discrimination

    In equality legislation, there's an important distinction between direct and indirect discrimination. It's unlawful to discriminate against people who...

  8. Myths of the workplace: You can lodge a claim for bullying at a tribunal

    The terms 'bullying' and 'harassment' are commonly used interchangeably in the workplace to describe behaviour that causes distress, harm, offence or humiliation....

  9. Factfile

    Employers checking on job applicants on social networking sites are leaving themselves open to charges of discrimination because by vetting them online,...

  10. Sexual harassment

    What is sexual harassment? How does sexual harassment happen? Sexual assault and physical threats Who can it happen to? Historical allegations Making a...