What doesn't count as discrimination at work
Explains the types of behaviour which do not count as age discrimination at work, including national minimum wage and benefits linked to length of service.
Explains the situations when an employer can justify age discrimination at work, when there is a good enough business reason for discriminating on the grounds of age.
Explains what is meant by an occupational requirement, where an employer is allowed to discriminate by restricting a job to people with a particular protected characteristic, for legitimate aims.
Explains the types of behaviour which do not count as religion or belief discrimination at work, where an employer is allowed to choose employees with a particular religion or belief to reflect the organisation's values.
Explains what is meant by positive action - when an employer can take action to encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply for, or advance in, a job.