Your responsibility for others
As an employer or in another work situation, it is not just how you personally behave that matters.
If another person who is:
- employed by you, or
- carrying out your instructions to do something (who the law calls your agent)
does something that is unlawful discrimination, harassment or victimisation, you can be held legally responsible for what they have done.
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Last Updated: 17 Sep 2014