A clearer case
Employment:Sex discrimination has at times been difficult to prove, simply because instances of discrimination can be subtle and the regulatory guidelines were unclear. The revamp of the Sexual Discrimination Act 1975 promises to provide much-needed clarity for cases in the future, say Lisa Mayhew and Chris Wellham
The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 is being revamped this month by the Employment Equality (Sex Discrimination) Regulations 2005, in force from 1 October, 2005.
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