Navigating discrimination legislation is tricky, but it is even more complicated when an employer’s footprint spans a wide variety of countries, each with its own law and culture. This is why Ius Laboris offers you the services of lawyers from over 50 countries worldwide. We are your expert in all areas of workplace discrimination and can advise on issues relating, for example, to race, marital status, age, gender, religion or belief, disability, health, social status or sexual orientation.
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Discrimination Law – KU Leuven
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Anti-discrimination law – Wikipedia
Anti-discrimination law refers to the law on the right of people to be treated equally. Some countries mandate that in employment, in consumer transactions, and in political participation people must be dealt with on an equal basis regardless of economic status, sex, age, race, ethnicity, nationality, disability, mental illness or ability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression/dysphoria, sex characteristics, religious, creed, or individual political opinions.
What Laws Make Discrimination in Employment Illegal? – The Balance.
Businesses, no matter how small, need to be aware of Employment Discrimination Laws. Hiring managers and human resources professionals, in particular, should take note. Discrimination in many things related to employment is illegal. Employers must take careful measures to assure that decisions they make in any …
A quick guide to Australian discrimination laws
Over the past 30 years the Commonwealth Government and the state and territory governments have introduced laws to help protect people from discrimination and harassment.
The following laws operate at a federal level and the Australian Human Rights Commission has statutory responsibilities under them:
Age Discrimination Act 2004
Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986
Disability Discrimination Act 1992
Racial Discrimination Act 1975
Sex Discrimination Act 1984.
European Non-Discrimination Law – Intersentia.
Contemporary multicultural issues in Europe raise the question whether the overlap between the non-discrimination regimes of the European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe in the field of public employment may lead to conflicting case law. Would the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) and the European …
Discrimination Law | Introduction to discrimination laws – CompactLaw
Discrimination usually consists of one or more of the following, known as “protected characteristics”:
People who are treated differently based upon their sex, race, (colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins), marital status (including civil partnerships), religion, (this applied from 2nd December 2003), sexual orientation (this applied from 1st December 2003), age (this applied from 1st October 2006) or because they have undergone gender reassignment (transsexuals). This covers harassment based on any of the above.
With regard to discrimination based on religion or religious beliefs, employers will now need to accommodate a wide variety of religious and cultural needs of workers. This may include, for example, establishing a prayer room in the workplace and being flexible about employees taking time off for different religious holidays.