Rights of an EEA national looking for work and the habitual residence test.
Explains what direct discrimination means and when the unfair treatment you experience at work is unlawful.
Explains what indirect discrimination means and when the unfair treatment you experience at work is unlawful.
When you can cancel building or decorating work, how to cancel, when you're entitled to your money back, how to negotiate with the trader or company.
When you have to work on bank holidays, how it affects your annual leave and what to do if you have a problem.
Explains the types of behaviour which do not count as religion or belief discrimination at work, where an employer is allowed to choose employees with a particular religion or belief to reflect the organisation's values.
Explains how an employer's refusal to allow you to work flexibly, if you have young children, may count as unlawful discrimination.
Explains what is meant by victimisation, when you have raised concerns about discrimination against you, or someone else, at work.
What to do if your tax credits are overpaid and you disagree about paying the money back.
What to do if you're not happy with building or home improvement work, what your rights are, what to say to the trader, how to take further action, where to get more help.
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