- What is meant by discrimination in a care setting?
- What would be considered discrimination?
- Which of the following is an example of indirect discrimination in the workplace?
- What is positive discrimination?
- What are the 3 types of discrimination?
- Which of the following is not covered by the indirect discrimination rules?
- What does indirect discrimination mean in health and social care?
- How do you prove indirect discrimination?
- What is indirect harassment?
- What are 4 types of discrimination?
- What is the difference between direct and indirect discrimination give two examples?
- What is indirect disability discrimination?
- Can indirect discrimination be justified?
- What is indirect discrimination provide one example?
- What are some examples of direct discrimination?
What is meant by discrimination in a care setting?
Direct discrimination is when a healthcare or care provider treats you differently and worse than someone else for certain reasons.
These reasons are: age.
What would be considered discrimination?
The laws enforced by EEOC protect you from employment discrimination when it involves: Unfair treatment because of your race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, disability, age (age 40 or older), or genetic information.
Which of the following is an example of indirect discrimination in the workplace?
Examples of indirect discrimination could be: An employer introduces a new dress code to the workplace. As part of the rules, they decide to prohibit cornrow hairstyles. This could amount to indirect race discrimination as it is more likely that these hairstyles will be worn by certain racial groups.
What is positive discrimination?
Positive discrimination is the process of increasing the number of employees from minority groups in a company or business, which are known to have been discriminated against in the past.
What are the 3 types of discrimination?
Types of DiscriminationAge Discrimination.Disability Discrimination.Sexual Orientation.Status as a Parent.Religious Discrimination.National Origin.Sexual Harassment.Race, Color, and Sex.More items…
Which of the following is not covered by the indirect discrimination rules?
But it’s worth noting that only eight apply to indirect discrimination (number 5 on the following list does not).Age.Disability (including mental health complications)Gender reassignment.Marriage and civil partnership.Pregnancy and maternity (doesn’t apply to indirect discrimination)Race.Religion and belief.Sex.More items…•
What does indirect discrimination mean in health and social care?
Indirect discrimination is when a healthcare or care provider has a practice, policy or rule which applies to all it’s patients and clients, but it has a worse effect on some people than others because of who they are.
How do you prove indirect discrimination?
To prove that indirect discrimination is happening or has happened:there must be a policy which an organisation is applying equally to everyone (or to everyone in a group that includes you)the policy must disadvantage people with your protected characteristic when compared with people without it.More items…•
What is indirect harassment?
Indirect sexual harassment occurs when a secondary victim has been offended by the verbal or visual sexual misconduct of another.
What are 4 types of discrimination?
The 4 types of DiscriminationDirect discrimination.Indirect discrimination.Harassment.Victimisation.
What is the difference between direct and indirect discrimination give two examples?
Direct discrimination occurs when somebody is treated unfavourably because of a protected attribute. Indirect discrimination occurs when a requirement (or rule) that appears to be neutral and the same for everyone in fact has the effect of disadvantaging someone because they have an attribute covered by the Act.
What is indirect disability discrimination?
What is indirect discrimination? A person is required to meet some sort of unreasonable criteria that they cannot meet due to their disability, but which people without that disability probably will be able to meet. When being treated the same as everyone else puts a person with a disability at a disadvantage.
Can indirect discrimination be justified?
It is not possible for employers to justify direct discrimination, but it is possible to justify indirect discrimination if an employer can show that the PCP that has been put in place is a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.
What is indirect discrimination provide one example?
Example: It could be indirect disability discrimination if the only way to enter a public building is by a set of stairs because people with disabilities who use wheelchairs would be unable to enter the building.
What are some examples of direct discrimination?
Examples of direct discriminationAge.Disability.Gender reassignment.Marriage and civil partnership.Pregnancy and maternity.Race.Religion and belief.Sex.More items…