Discrimination in the workplace

Discrimination is treating one or more workers less favourably than others.

Discrimination will be unlawful if it is due to a person having a particular protected attribute.

These “attributes” include age, breastfeeding, gender identity, impairment, industrial/employment activity, lawful sexual activity, marital status, parental/carer status, physical features, political belief or activity, pregnancy, race, religious belief, sex, sexual orientation, medical record and/or criminal record.

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