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Your Rights at Work: A Complete Guide to Employee Rights and Employer Responsibilities 6th ed

TUCTrades Union Congress

ISBN13: 9781398603905
Previous Edition ISBN: 0749441135
Published: September 2021
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £14.99



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Are you afraid your employer might be infringing your workplace rights? Or are you an employer seeking information on your responsibilities? Written by employment experts at the Trade Unions Congress (TUC), this book sets out Your Rights at Work in simple and relatable terms.

This book explains the rights of the UK worker and responsibilities of the UK employer, and explains them clearly. It offers jargon-free guidance that can be applied to any situation in work including: parental leave and maternity rights, flexible working, dismissal and redundancy, pay and holiday rights and grievance procedures.

This edition has been updated to include the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, Britain's exit from the EU and regulatory changes to data protection laws, holiday pay and gender gap reporting. Protect your employees and be empowered as an employee by knowing Your Rights at Work.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Chapter - 01: Introduction
Chapter - 02: Starting a job
Chapter - 03: Payday
Chapter - 04: Working time rights
Chapter - 05: Families and work
Chapter - 06: Common problems at work
Chapter - 07: Discrimination
Chapter - 08: Getting the sack
Chapter - 09: Enforcing your rights
Chapter - 10: Further information