A type of discrimination in which a neutral "provision criterion or practice" causes greater disadvantage to one group than another on the basis of a shared 'protected characteristic' under the Equality Act 2010. Indirect discrimination can be justified by an employer.
Injury to feelings
A type of loss that is awarded in discrimination cases only. It compensates someone who has suffered discrimination for the distress they suffer. Awards are normally assessed using the 'Vento' guidelines up to £30,000.
In some types of dismissal an Employment Tribunal can make an order that a contract of employment continues or for reinstatement or re-engaement of the employee. The employee must aply to the tribunal within 7 days of the dismissal.