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Sexual orientation discrimination

What is sexual orientation?

It is the term used to describe what gender or genders someone is sexually or romantically attracted to. It is against the law for you to be discriminated against at work because of who you are sexually or romantically attracted to. This page takes you through your rights at work, the different legislative provisions that apply to you, with detailed information and guidance to inform your grievance or ET claim.

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