An employer must not treat a worker less favourably because s/he has complained of discrimination or given evidence supporting another worker.
There is protection for the worker if s/he makes an allegation ‘in good faith’ of anything which would be unlawful race discrimination. It is also unlawful for an employer to penalise a worker because s/he anticipates that the worker is likely to allege race discrimination (this, however, is very hard to prove).
Points to note:
A worker is victimised because:
As a result of the worker’s action, the employer:
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