SEPA UNISON Branch - Equalities
No one should be denied opportunities because of their race or ethnicity, their disability, their gender or sexual orientation, their age or religion. This principle underpins all the work of the Scottish Government. Guidance for workers about their rights under the Equality Act 2010. If you believe you have been discriminated in a work situation, find out what your options are. Find guidance on employers responsibilities towards disabled staff. Public Sector Equality Duty. The public sector equality duty.
SEPA UNISON Branch - LGBT
The group consists of SEPA UNISON’s LGBT Officer Fiona Gentle and 4 other UNISON members who self-identify as L, G, B or T and who wanted to organise locally to support each other, identify discrimination, increase awareness of LGBT rights and campaign for change. If you are a member who self- identifies as L, G, B or T and you wish to join this group get in touch with. Confidentiality is top priority so being out in the workplace is not an issue for participation. Pride Season is GO! On June 12, 2016, a...