If you are unsure about your employment rights at South Derbyshire Citizens Advice Bureau, we can advise you according to your written contract. If you don't have a written contract we can advise you about your statutory rights including the minimum wage and holiday pay. We can give advice about benefits or tax credits you are entitled to when in work and also advise on race and sex discrimination at work.
We can give you practical help by helping you make a claim for unpaid wages, checking redundancy payments are correct, advising on changes to terms and conditions, advising on your employee's individual rights and identifying possible claims for unfair dismissal.
If your problem is more complex, we can arrange for a referral to an appropriate specialist agency.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I calculate statutory redundancy entitlement?
- Where can I search for jobs?
- What happens if I am owed money by an employer when they become insolvent?
- What happens to my pension if my employer becomes insolvent?
- Find more FAQs on the Citizens Advice website
Useful Links and Organisations
The "employment relations experts" who aim to prevent and resolve problems in the workplace
- Equality and Human Rights Commission
Low Pay Commission
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) was established as a result of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998 to advise the Government about the National Minimum Wage.
AdviceGuide - Work
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