Indirect discrimination

Indirect discrimination – occurs when, as a result of an outwardly neutral decision, criterion applied, or action undertaken, there are or there may be disadvantageous disproportions or particularly disadvantageous situation in concluding and terminating employment relationships, terms of employment, promotion and access to training in order to improve professional qualifications in relation to all or a substantial number of employees belonging to a group singled out on the basis of one or several discriminatory criteria listed above, unless the decision, criterion or action is objectively justified by a lawful objective which is to be reached, while the measures which will serve to reach the objective are proper and necessary.

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