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George wants to make changes in the warehouse to create a more diverse workforce. Henry who is a friend of one of the current employees and is homosexual, has been refused a job at the firm for the reason that senior management do not want to upset the macho dynamics of the group. George is unhappy and thinks Henry may have a claim.

Under the Equality Act 2010 is this direct discrimination, indirect discrimination or something else? How would I set out my advice?
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[QUOTE=gordonh;70388214]George wants to make changes in the warehouse to create a more diverse workforce. Henry who is a friend of one of the current employees and is homosexual, has been refused a job at the firm for the reason that senior management do not want to upset the macho dynamics of the group. George is unhappy and thinks Henry may have a claim.

Under the Equality Act 2010 is this direct discrimination, indirect discrimination or something else?
Can anyone help. I think it is direct discrimination but need confirmation from another poster PLEASE.
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