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Discrimination at work – Part One: Office banter

 

05 February 2013

 
We all love a bit of banter. Happy workplaces are productive workplaces. The problem is that workers may not appreciate when joking and banter strays into the unlawful territory of a potential harassment claim. Allen & Overy decided to survey the nation's workers on their knowledge and experience of workplace discrimination. The first in our series of reports addresses the issue of office banter and discriminatory comments.

Download our Discrimination at work - Part One : Office Banter | 2013 report.


Other reports in our Discrimination at work series:

Discrimination at work - Part Two: Workplace rights for fathers
Discrimination at work - Part Two: Workplace rights for fathers

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Discrimination at work – Part Three: Protected characteristics and the perception-reality gap
Discrimination at work – Part Three: Protected characteristics and the perception-reality gap

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