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Expert Discrimination Solicitors Scotland

The Equality Act 2010 provides individuals protection from discrimination due to disability in a range of areas including in the workplace. Employers must ensure that they have policies in place which are fully compliant with the requirements of The Equality Act 2010.

Raeside Chisholm'€™s employment solicitors are experienced in drafting policies for employers to prevent disability discrimination occurring in the workplace.

Disability Discrimination Lawyers Glasgow

Based in Glasgow our specialist employment law solicitors advise both employees & employers on disability discrimination in the workplace across Central Scotland.

To find out how our employment lawyers can help you with issues relating to disability discrimination in the workplace or to arrange an initial consultation with one of our employment lawyers, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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