The General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) - popularly known as the Anti-Discrimination Act - is intended to prevent discrimination against certain groups of people. This includes discrimination on the basis of gender, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual identity, etc. The law regulates how violations of the prohibition of discrimination are to be treated and what claims can be made. The law regulates how violations of the prohibition of discrimination are to be treated and what claims those affected can assert.
In our module on the AGG, you teach your employees the basics of the General Equal Treatment Act and fulfil your employer's obligation to train employees.
Compulsory training on the General Equal Treatment Act AGG
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