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  • Work

    limit If you're working too many hours Taking rest breaks at work Check your rights at work if you're under 18 Working on bank holidays Check if you have to work on Sundays Time off work Check if you can

  • Dealing with grievances at work

    If you have a concern, problem or complaint at work, you might want to take this up with your employer. This is called 'raising a grievance'. You might want to raise a grievance about things like

  • Dealing with discrimination at work

    Checking if it's discrimination Check if your problem at work is discrimination Check if you're disabled under the Equality Act If you're being harassed or bullied at work If you think you’ve been

  • Work out your budget

    Work out your budget This advice applies to England. See advice for See advice for Northern Ireland, See advice for Scotland, See advice for Wales Use a budget planner tool to help you understand

  • How credit cards work

    How credit cards work This advice applies to England. See advice for See advice for Northern Ireland, See advice for Scotland, See advice for Wales A credit card is a plastic card that you can use

  • Dealing with disciplinary action at work

    If your employer has concerns or a complaint about your work, they might decide to take disciplinary action against you. There are a number of reasons why your employer might decide to take

  • Get help with a problem at work

    About what help can you get with a problem at work This page tells you where you can find more help and information if you have a problem at work, or are making a claim to an employment tribunal

  • Taking rest breaks at work

    as a specific rest break would have lasted. You might be entitled to compensatory rest breaks if: you’re a shift worker you work in a job where there has to be cover at all times, like a hospital you’re

  • Get help with discrimination at work

    down what happened so it’s easier to describe collect documents relating to the problem, for example your contract or your company’s policy on dealing with problems at work any emails or letters

  • Cancelling building or decorating work

    Cancelling building or decorating work This advice applies to England. See advice for See advice for Northern Ireland, See advice for Scotland, See advice for Wales If you’ve arranged