Victimisation

Victimisation is a term that employers will very frequently hear from employees who are complaining about the way they feel they have been treated.

In fact victimisation, in the context of employment law, has a very specific meaning:  treating someone less favourably because they have raised a complaint about discrimination, or have given evidence in relation to a complaint about discrimination.

It’s important to bear in mind in this context that a “complaint” is not limited to a tribunal claim and includes normal grievances which refer to discrimination.

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