The following is a letter of advice to an employer regarding age discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. It sets out the principles of age discrimination and provides practical information on issues such as recruitment criteria and pay scales based on length of service.
Age discrimination letters are usually sent by employees who feel they have been discriminated against by their employer. The letters typically allege that the employer has taken adverse action against the employee because of their age. Age discrimination letters may also request that the employer take action to remedy the situation.
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