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Your Rights at Work

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New 'Know Your Rights' Leaflets
From the 1st April 2007, changes to the Work and Families Act, affecting maternal and parental rights at work, came into force. The TUC has updated some of its Know Your Rights leaflets to explain how the changes will affect you.
2 May 2007

CIPD and TUC launch new guide about new age laws
Useful advice as to whether the new age laws prevent colleagues from sending each other birthday cards or employers running graduate recruitment schemes is contained in a guide published today (Tuesday) by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the TUC.
27 February 2007

Working in the South West – Your Rights at Work
The South West TUC have produced a regional Polish version of the TUC Rights for Migrant Workers guide
20 September 2006

Government forced to tighten rules on work breaks
The TUC today welcomed the European Court of Justice (ECJ) judgement on the rest break rights established by the EU working time directive. '... Employers will now have to do their utmost to ensure their staff get the breaks they are entitled to.'
7 September 2006

SERTUC takes the next step in the campaign for a ‘Trade Union Freedom Bill'
SERTUC has published today, (10 May), a briefing on the need for a Trade Union Freedom Bill on our website. This follows the successful national march and rally on May Day in London and the invitation to John Hendy QC, Chair of the Institute of Employment Rights, to address the SERTUC Annual General Meeting, which was held on Saturday 6 May, at Congress House, in London.
10 May 2006

Where are the modern day Scrooges this Christmas?
Employers who turn down the heating even though there are still staff working, take home presents sent in for staff or refuse to allow the decorations to go up are just a few examples published by the TUC today (Wednesday) of the many modern day Scrooges to be found in the UK's offices and factories.
14 December 2005

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