Your rights at work

What are my legal rights?

You may find that the best or only way to manage your work and caring responsibilities is to change your work arrangements. Carers now have more statutory rights at work to help balance these responsibilities. Employers may also be able to offer additional flexibility through their own policies and procedures.

What are your legal rights around altering your working arrangements?
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You have some rights to time off in an emergency and additional rights if you have children.
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You have the right to be protected from discrimination in the workplace.
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Many employers offer help and support beyond the basic legal requirements. Find out ways your employer might help you. 
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Following the recent significant changes in the tribunal system, Leigh Day, a specialist law firm who act exclusively for claimants who've been injured or treated unlawfully by others, have prepared a practical, easily accessible guide for claimants considering bringing an Employment Tribunal claim.
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