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Sparky5458 Level 63 / Retired Golfer
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Off the top of my head, there are: equal pay, recruitment, and selection for redundancy for starters.
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labarca Level 64
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Discimination based on sex in employment, housing, public places and schools.
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Sandieweeks Level 21
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The following situations and examples could give rise to a claim for direct discrimination:

* In an interview for a job the employer only asks female applicants about their domestic circumstances
* A man with inferior qualifications, and/or less experience than a woman is appointed to the job or the promotion for which they both applied
* A woman is told that she would not be considered for a job because it is "dirty work" or because there is "a lack of decent toilet facilities"
* A woman who takes time off for pregnancy or maternity leave is demoted when she returns to work
* A woman is not encouraged to meet clients or invited to social events to meet them. Instead a mainly male group is selected
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