The law has given employees, and in some cases other workers who might not count as employees, rights and entitlements in relation to their employment, including how they are disciplined and dismissed or made redundant, how their grievances are handled, wages, absence from work and sickness, holidays, work breaks and working hours, time off for family emergencies, maternity and paternity leave, and the right to apply for flexible working.
All workers have the right not to suffer discrimination at work in relation to their age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
Employees who believe they have been denied their rights at work have redress by taking their employers to an employment tribunal. If you are thinking of seeking legal advice about bringing an employment tribunal claim, do not delay as there are strict time limits in most cases.
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A guide to your rights at work for employees, which covers different forms of employment, the contract of employment, wrongful and unfair dismissal, equality and discrimination at work, employment tribunal claims and statutory employment rights.
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