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    Leading Employment discrimination lawyers

    As one of the leading firms in the Southeast, Thomson Snell & Passmore's team of employment discrimination lawyers possess a wealth of experience in handling matters of discrimination and equality issues within the workplace.

    The law relating to discrimination has expanded rapidly in recent years, creating a complex web of legislation that can easily take the unwary by surprise. Currently it is unlawful to discriminate in the workplace on the grounds of:

    • Sex
    • Race
    • Disability
    • Age
    • Sexual orientation
    • Religion or belief
    • Gender reassignment
    • Marriage
    • Civil partnership
    • Pregnancy & maternity.
       

    Whilst many forms of potential discrimination are easy to identify and avoid, the full effects of modern discrimination legislation are often unseen and misunderstood.

    Our team of employment discrimination lawyers regularly advises on a wide range of issues relating to discrimination and equal treatment within the workplace. So, whether it is drafting company policies, representing you in Employment Tribunal proceedings or dealing with anything in between, our team of specialist employment discrimination lawyers has the knowledge and expertise required in order to ensure that your interests are best protected.

    For further information please contact one of the team.


       

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    We aided our client in responding to a claim by a job applicant that their interview process was discriminatory.

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    North Kent College provides education to 4,500 students across two main campuses in Dartford and Gravesend. Our employment team has acted for them and advised them on various employment matters.

  • Latest Updates

    Workplace Law - November 2017

    In the wake of a number of high profile allegations of sexual harassment we consider how to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace in this month’s Workplace Law. We also consider on going case law developments in respect of employment status and the risk assessment you need to perform for women who want to breastfeed at work.

    How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace

    Half of British women and a fifth of men have been sexual harassed in the workplace, a BBC report revealed recently. The #metoo campaign that’s swarming social media has revealed that many individuals are not aware of what actually constitutes sexual harassment and that there are far more victims then we currently think.

    Workplace Law - October 2017

    The workplace as we know is ever evolving so make sure you are up to date with the latest issues in the workplace by reading this edition where we consider the ECJ ruling on discrimination for Greek police, previous incidents at work being considered in a misconduct dismissal and the taxation position of termination payments from April 2018.

    Huge hike in compensation payments for hurt and upset employees

    With effect from the 11 September 2017 there will be a very significant rise in compensation awards for injury to feelings or psychiatric injury in discrimination cases.

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