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Hello, my name is***** am a qualified lawyer and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. How does this affect the race element of your discrimination claim?
Yes, I am an employment specialist, been one for nearly 10 years. However, what you have said is incorrect - just because an organisation does not necessarily follow all aspects of equal ops does not mean that they have failed on the grounds you re claiming on. You are not making a claim for failure to follow equal ops in general - you are making a claim that you have been discriminated on grounds of race. let's say that the company has failed to follow equal ops in relation to disability - that does not mean that they have discriminated against you on grounds of race, so your interpretation is misguided I'm afraid. Therefore, I return to my initial question - How does this affect the race element of your discrimination claim?-
ok that is all fine, BUT can you show that race was actually a factor here. It could be a pure chance that it happened that the four appointed people were white - that does not mean the employer's decision was based on race. What evidence do you actually have that race was a factor in their decision, apart from just saying they were white and I am not?