What is Direct Discrimination?
Direct discrimination is when your employer treats you less favourably than others are treated or would be treated because of your protected characteristic - section 13 Equality Act 2010 (EqA).
You should look at less favourable treatment from your individual perspective rather than a larger group. It is about what is done to you personally rather than what happens to everyone else. You need to show the employment tribunal that you were treated differently, and you were treated worse. Under
Last Updated: [06/01/2022]