An employee or job applicant claiming indirect discrimination must show how they have been personally disadvantaged, as well as how the discrimination has or would disadvantage other employees of the same sex.
In some limited circumstances, indirect discrimination may be justified in law if it is necessary for the business to work.
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You can also download our Sex discrimination: obligations for employers [62kb] fact sheet and Sex discrimination: top ten myths [60kb]. Is when someone is treated differently and not as well as other people because of their sex.
For example, advertising a job and stating it is better suited to female applicants.
It breaks down into three different sorts of treating someone 'less favourably' because of: Can occur where a workplace rule, practice or procedure is applied to all employees, but disadvantages those of a particular sex.
Other significant correlates included perception of more girlfriends using condoms, no history of STDs, stronger normative beliefs favoring male decision making in relationships, greater pregnancy worry, and greater perceived invulnerability to STDs.
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