Dismissal

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Discrimination

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  • Discrimination is when an employee is treated less favourably than others in the workplace who are in the same or similar circumstances.
  • Direct discrimination occurs when you treat another employee or group of employees differently because of a particular personal characteristic.
  • Indirect discrimination is when a policy or practice is implemented that disadvantages a person/s with a certain attribute.
  • Systemic discrimination is when the policies and attitudes in a workplace results in discrimination against an employee or a particular group.
  • Discrimination is unlawful in these circumstances.

Employment contracts: Part 1 – Drafting a legally enforceable contract

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