Associative and Perceived Discrimination

Key Points

  • A claimant need not have a protected characteristic to suffer discrimination because of it.
  • The key is determining whether detrimental treatment is due to a protected characteristic in an individual or in someone associated to them.
  • Reasonable adjustments only apply to the individuals directly affected, not to those associated with them
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