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 knowing what your rights are is very important.
Here you can find out more about what your rights are and how to solve problems. There is also information on what help is available if you're looking for work and who else can help you when you have a serious problem.
Overview and content list for rights at work.
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Get help if you've been dismissed or are being made redundant. You can also check how to solve problems with resigning from a job and getting a job reference.
Check if you're being discriminated against in the workplace and find out how to solve your problem.
Find out about your rights at work, what help you can get and what to do if things go wrong at work. Information in British Sign Language (BSL).
Information on disclosing criminal convictions in relation to employment and about the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme.
Organisations that can provide advice and information to the armed forces community and their families whether currently serving or veterans.
Find out about specific rules on employment for young people under 18 including working hours, rest breaks, pay and holidays.
Explains the different types of apprenticeship schemes available and who they are designed for with links to further information. Also summarises the employment rights of apprentices including pay and the national minimum wage, health and safety, redundancy and dismissal.