Equal Treatment

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Equal Treatment - (noun)


The principle of equal treatment requires that all people, and in the context of the workplace all workers, have the right to receive the same treatment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of criteria such as age, disability, nationality, race and religion.


Source: Taken from EurWork
Example of Use: A 1997 directive ensures that there must be equal treatment of part-time workers.