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  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 16 Nov 2016

    Examples of where or when an association may, if it chooses to, restrict its membership to people who share a protected characteristic.

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 13 Jul 2016

    Guidance for service users on using businesses that offer goods, facilities and services to the public to treat you.

  • Last updated: 26 May 2016

    To inquire into the employment and recruitment practices in the meat and poultry processing sector in England and Wales in respect of atypical workers, and to determine their prevalence among different racial groups. To identify the terms, conditions and working arrangements of workers in these s...

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 14 Jul 2016

    Guidance for service users on how you can expect a criminal or civil justice organisation to treat you.

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 04 Jul 2016

    Guidance for service users on how you can expect a local council or government department or other public body to treat you.

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 15 Jul 2016

    Guidance for service users on how you can expect people and organisations providing services and running political parties to treat you.

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 20 Jun 2016

    Guidance for service users on how you can expect a voluntary or community sector organisation to treat you.

  • Last updated: 12 May 2016

    Between 2008 and 2010, the Commission found widespread evidence of mistreatment and exploitation of migrant and agency workers in the meat and poultry processing industry. They also found examples of good practice but unfortunately those got less media attention. The Commission found that many agen...

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 13 Jul 2016

    Guidance for services users on how a service provider can be held legally responsible for what other people do.

  • Advice and Guidance

    Last updated: 19 Jul 2016

    Our guidance to help disabled and less mobile passengers prepare for air travel.

  • Last updated: 26 May 2016

    The inquiry report is a summary of our findings and the recommendations we believe will bring about change in the recruitment and employment of people in the meat and poultry processing sector.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 12 Apr 2016

    We explain the choices and options you have available to you if you feel you are being discriminated against using examples and further sources of advice.

  • Last updated: 26 May 2016

    This document is an agreement between retailers, meat processing companies, poultry processing companies, and labour provider representatives (hereafter collectively called ‘the sector’). The guidance contained here is that which the sector considers to represent good practice in meeting and exc...

  • Advice and Guidance
    FAQ

    Last updated: 22 Apr 2016

    Answers to some frequently asked questions about disabled and less mobile passengers and air travel.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 13 Mar 2017

    We explain the choices and options you have available to you if you feel you are being discriminated against using examples and further sources of advice.

  • Last updated: 26 May 2016

    We have created a series of supplementary documents that outline our findings in more depth of several specific problem areas identified in the report. Each document offers recommendations that will help address the problems and bring about change in the sector. You can download the documents below....

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 13 Apr 2016

    Guidance on an employer's responsibilities to provide disabled staff with additional support and workplace adjustments.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 13 Apr 2016

    Your employer needs to ask themselves whether the way they do things puts you, as a disabled worker at a substantial disadvantage compared with a person who is not disabled.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 07 Jun 2016

    Workplace adjustments: employers must look at whether they need to change some policies in order to remove barriers for disabled staff.

  • Multipage Guide

    Last updated: 13 Apr 2016

    Employers have a responsibility to ensure that their employee is not victimised as a result of raising a complaint. We explain how to monitor the outcome of a complaint.

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