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what legislation exists to recognise and protect your terms and conditions of employment on the grounds of sex, marital status, race or disability? this is for my team leader level 2 course
There are several acts.It began with the EQUAL PAY ACT 1975.The EQUALITY ACT 2010 is the most latest and comprehensive.
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