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Different types of workers

  Your rights and obligations depend on your employment status

Dismissal and Termination

Defend yourself, raise a grievance, agree a settlement or file your claim in the tribunal.

Discrimination

Use the ACAS discrimination questions procedure, raise a grievance or file a tribunal claim.

Health and Safety

Rights under the Health and Safety at Work (etc) Act and its regulations

Rights at Work

Enforce the express, implied and statutory terms of your contract

Trade Unions and Staff Associations

The right to freedom of association and to join or not join a trade union...

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EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATES

Unfair Dismissal Time Limits in the Employment Tribunal

| Sep 10,2019

Unfair Dismissal Time Limits in the Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal Time Limit Extensions There are two kinds of time limit for every Tribunal...

Read More >> | Sep 10,2019

Health is everyone’s business

| Sep 03,2019

Health is everyone’s business

The Government has published Health is everyone’s business: proposals to reduce ill health-related job loss, a...

Read More >> | Sep 03,2019

Can an Employer Change Terms and Conditions by Making Offers Directly to Workers and Avoiding Trade Union Negotiations?

| Aug 31,2019

Can an Employer Change Terms and Conditions by Making Offers Directly to Workers and Avoiding Trade Union Negotiations?

Unlawful Inducements to trade union members Inducements to trade union members to forgo collective bargaining...

Read More >> | Aug 31,2019

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