Statement of Service | Privacy Policy | Site Map | Accessibility | Feedback

Change Text Size small · medium · largeChange Colours black_white yellow_black orange_black black_yellow

Equality North East

Equality Act 2010: discrimination forms published

The Government has published new forms that employees can use to obtain information from their employer if they think they have been treated unlawfully under the Equality Act 2010, which comes into force next month.

Employees who think that their employer has discriminated against, harassed or victimised them, or believe that they have not received equal pay, can send this form to their employer to obtain further information about their treatment.

The forms, which replace individual discrimination questionnaires, aim to help employees understand why they were treated in a particular way and whether or not they have grounds to make a claim.

Full details...

Related Links

September 22, 2010

« back

Equality North East is not responsible for the content of external websites.