Discrimination at Work

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Discrimination at Work, Part 1
PART 1: Introduction Discrimination occurs when an employer treats someone unfairly for no justifiable reason. Businesses guilty of discrimination may be liable for prosecution. But what does the law say?…
Discrimination at Work, Part 2
PART 2: Teresa's Story Hotel worker Teresa tells her boss she's pregnant. Her boss seems happy for her. Then their relationship breaks down and Teresa gets the sack. Her boss…
Discrimination at Work, Part 3
EXTRA: "Discrimination - A Hard Case to Prove". A solicitor explains the difficulties of proving cases of discrimination in the workplace.

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