Thank you. A PCP is a feature in indirect discrimination where the discrimination does not arise directly because of the employer treating someone detrimentally just because they are disabled, but they apply a practice, criterion or principle, which when in place, places the disabled person at a disadvantage.
So what is a PCP then…it could be practices in the workplace, such as requirements for employees to do something, it could be workplace policies and rules, it could be selection criteria in a redundancy exercise, it could be the hours of work or job requirements, it could be something in the working environment, recruitment practices, etc. there are plenty of possible examples, what you must be able to identify is what has the employer done or applied, which makes you believe that you have been placed at a disadvantage as a result.
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