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6.—(1) It is unlawful for an employer, in relation to employment by him at an establishment in Great Britain, to discriminate against a person—
(a)in the arrangements he makes for the purpose of determining to whom he should offer employment;
(b)in the terms on which he offers that person employment; or
(c)by refusing to offer, or deliberately not offering, him employment.
(2) It is unlawful for an employer, in relation to a person whom he employs at an establishment in Great Britain, to discriminate against that person—
(a)in the terms of employment which he affords him;
(b)in the opportunities which he affords him for promotion, a transfer, training, or receiving any other benefit;
(c)by refusing to afford him, or deliberately not affording him, any such opportunity; or
(d)by dismissing him, or subjecting him to any other detriment.
(3) It is unlawful for an employer, in relation to employment by him at an establishment in Great Britain, to subject to harassment a person whom he employs or who has applied to him for employment.
(4) Paragraph (2) does not apply to benefits of any description if the employer is concerned with the provision (for payment or not) of benefits of that description to the public, or to a section of the public which includes the employee in question, unless—
(a)that provision differs in a material respect from the provision of the benefits by the employer to his employees; or
(b)the provision of the benefits to the employee in question is regulated by his contract of employment; or
(c)the benefits relate to training.
(5) In paragraph (2)(d) reference to the dismissal of a person from employment includes reference—
(a)to the termination of that person’s employment by the expiration of any period (including a period expiring by reference to an event or circumstance), not being a termination immediately after which the employment is renewed on the same terms; and
(b)to the termination of that person’s employment by any act of his (including the giving of notice) in circumstances such that he is entitled to terminate it without notice by reason of the conduct of the employer.
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