By Malcolm Sargeant
Malcolm Sargeant's Age Discrimination in Employment is an encyclopaedic consultant for HR experts and employment attorneys to the character of age discrimination within the office in a few international locations, in addition to a dialogue of the most thrust of employment legislation during this region, together with an research of the Employment Equality (Age) laws 2006. It additionally breaks discrimination down by means of age (discrimination opposed to younger, heart, outdated and senior age staff) and explores a number of discrimination, together with age and gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and incapacity.
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The responses conﬁrmed how widespread was discrimination based upon age. Some 50 per cent of respondents had either suffered age discrimination at work or had witnessed others suffering such discrimination. ’ 29 Excluding the operation of occupational pension schemes and the use of age criteria in actuarial calculations 30 Towards Equality and Diversity: Report of Responses on Age (2003) UNITED KINGDOM PERSPECTIVE 35 • being prevented from attending training courses cent; 17 per • being told age was a barrier to general advancement 17 cent; per • assumptions being made about abilities due to age cent; 15 per • being selected for redundancy because of age cent.
2 Ian McCartney MP subsequently became a Minister in a Labour Government committed to a non-statutory route. In 1998, for example, a backbench Member of Parliament attempted to introduce the Employment (Age Discrimination in Advertising) Bill 1998. This was introduced by Ms Linda Perham MP and received its second reading in February 1998. It failed to make any progress because it did not receive the support of the Government. This Bill was the last of a long line of such bills introduced to make unlawful the use of age limits in recruitment advertising or recruitment and selection.
In the same survey people were asked which of the following would have the most difﬁculty in ﬁnding a job, training or promotion: • a person from another ethnic origin • a person with minority beliefs • a physically disabled person • a person with learning difﬁculties • a person under 25 • a person over 50 • a homosexual. Some 87 per cent of respondents thought those with learning difﬁculties would be the most disadvantaged and some 77 per cent thought that the physically disabled would be the next most disadvantaged.
Age Discrimination in Employment by Malcolm Sargeant