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  • Work

    Work Having a job is an essential part of most people's lives. When you are in work, you can be faced with many difficult issues, so it is essential to know what your rights are. Here you can find

  • 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

  • Problems at work

    Problems at work If you have a problem at work, these pages will help you understand how to tackle it and what to do at each stage, whether you're sorting things out informally, taking out

  • Rights at work

    Basic rights and contracts Check your employment status Contracts of employment Check how many hours you're working If you're working too many hours Rest breaks at work - overview Changes

  • Right to work in the UK

    Understanding your right to work Check if you have the right to work in the UK Check how to prove your right to work in the UK

  • Parental rights at work

    When you’re a new parent or you’re expecting a baby you have extra rights at work. You or your partner could be entitled to: maternity rights paternity leave and pay shared parental leave adoption

  • 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 a problem at work

    If you have a problem at work, there are ways you can try to solve it. What’s best for your situation will depend on things like what the problem is, how serious it is, how your employer has dealt

  • Letter to raise a grievance at work

    If you are an employee and you want to make a formal complaint about something which has happened at work, you should raise a grievance. The first step in doing so is to write  to your employer. You

  • 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