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Equal Pay Act.
The Equal Pay Act 1970 is an Act of the United Kingdom parliament, which prohibits any less favourable treatment between men and women in terms of pay and conditions of employment. It came into force in 29 December 1975. The term pay is interpreted in a broad sense to include, on top of wages, things like holidays, pension rights, company perks and some kinds of bonuses.
Race relations act.
An Act to make fresh provision with respect to discrimination on racial grounds and relations between people of different racial groups; and to make in the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 amendments for bringing provisions in that Act relating to its administration and enforcement into conformity with the corresponding provisions in this Act.
Sex Discrimination act.
They believe women shouldnt get paid less than men for the same job. 1986.
Health and safety at work act.
1974. The Health and Safety at Work etc Act (also referred to as HSWA, the HSW Act, the 1974 Act or HASAWA) is the primary piece of legislation covering occupational health and safety in Great Britain. The Health and Safety Executive, with local authorities (and other enforcing authorities) is responsible for enforcing the Act and a number of other Acts and Statutory Instruments relevant to the working environment.
Minimum wage legislation.
The National Minimum Wage Act 1998 creates a minimum wage across the United Kingdom, currently £6.31 per hour for workers aged 21 years and older, £5.03 per hour for workers aged 18–20. It was a flagship policy of the Labour Party in the UK during its 1997 election campaign and is still pronounced today in Labour Party circulars as an outstanding gain for ‘at least 1.5 million people’. The national minimum wage (NMW) took effect on 1 April 1999.
Employment rights act 1996.
The Employment Rights Act 1996 came into force on 22 August 1996. It sets out the statutory employment rights of workers and employees. If these employment rights are breached, the Employment Rights Act 1996 gives the Employment Tribunals powers to order compensation to workers and employees. It gives employees the rights to complain andthe ht to receive a written statement of terms and conditions of employmenta.. and be unfairly dismissed maternityrightsredundancy provisions, including right to redundancy paystatutory minimum notice period for dismissals and reasons for dismissalsprotection of wagesprotection from suffering a detriment in employment, andtime off from work for public duties.
Disabillity Dicrimination act.
Unlawful to discriminate against someone because of their disability. Everyone should be treated equally.
An employment tribunal is an independent body that resolves disputes between an employee and their employer.You can make a claim against your employer at an employment tribunal if you think you’ve been treated unfairly or the company has broken the law.The most common claims at an employment tribunal involve:unfair dismissal, including constructive dismissalunlawful discriminationunpaid wages or deductions from payholiday paynotice pay