Job Discrimination : Race, Religion, Gender, National Origin.
You sometimes can face serious discrimination at work.
Even Although it’s hard to tell if the job discrimination is based on your Race, Religion, Gender, or National.
The type of discrimination can only be ascertained when a claim is filed for job discrimination.
It is illegal for employers to discriminate based on Race, Religion or Gender, according to Equality Act 2010 (UK).
However, it is sad to know that there are still many workers going through different types of job discrimination.
National origin discrimination are discrimination in favour of citizens of a particular origin.
An example of Racial discrimination is the case of Bower v Kent Police
A British – Asian police officer in kent, Angus Bower won a case of alleged racially discrimination at the tribunal in Ashford.
Bower had in 2014 put in an internal grievance in which he said he was being bullied by his colleagues.
The tribunal ruled that the alleged bullying by his colleagues was not investigated properly and his superior relies in consulting dictionary for definition of racism.
The tribunal found bowler to have been treated differently, including lowering of his markings during his supervision
Other examples of Job discrimination are; Age, Ethnicity, Skin Color, Mental or Physical Disability