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Written by Simpson Millar Solicitors on behalf of the TUC, this guide covers the Equality Act 2010 and the main family-friendly rights. It is split into three main sections: the Equality Act 2010; rights for working parents and carers; and compliance and enforcement.
A great reference work for all reps interested in equality at work.
Download TUC Guide to Equality Law 2011 [PDF]
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