Workforce Rights and Responsibilities

Workers rights

Whether you’re a worker or an employer we should all be aware of our workplace rights and responsibilities.

By collectively working together we can enjoy a workplace where we’re treated fairly and feel safe. That’s why we’re connecting you with the people who can help you to find out more about your rights and responsibilities.

Workers

Know your rights

 


Learn more about
your rights at work.

From advice around COVID-19 redundancies,
to minimum wage queries, holiday
entitlement, health and safety at work, and
sick pay there are people who can help.

Wales TUC

Learn more about how to protect your rights at work.

When a group of workers act and speak together, their employer has to listen. That’s how unions make things better at work.

Unions can negotiate better pay for their members, help to make workplaces safer and ensure that you get the best deal at work. Whether you want advice on your rights at work, training opportunities, or think you’ve been treated unfairly, your union is there to support you to get the right outcome.

Find out more

 

Acas

Acas offers advice on employment law, employment rights and best practice. We also offer services to help resolve workplace disputes.

Find out more

   

Citizens Advice

If you have a problem at work and/or think you are experiencing unfair treatment or discrimination, contact our Specialist Employment and Discrimination service.

Find out more

   
   

Employers

Know your responsibilities

 


Learn more about how to
support your workers.

As an employer, it’s your duty to make sure your people are working safely and treated well.
If you need advice and guidance on looking after your staff there are people who can help.

CBI

We empower businesses with intelligence to make informed decisions, laying the foundations for success.

Find out more

FSB

The Federation of Small Businesses offers members support, financial advice, and a voice in Government.

We exist to help small businesses through the hardest challenges.

Find out more

Acas

Acas Wales can provide expert advice and support for employers.

Our advisers can work with you on a range of issues related to employment law, redundancy, restructuring or managing change.

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Chambers Wales

Chambers Wales provide business solutions for companies across Wales; offering services that are relevant and of value, that allow companies to sustainably grow. We provide clarity of information and support to help Welsh businesses adapt and grow, our experts can help.

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Keep Wales Safe Diogelu Cynru
Covid-19

For information related to Covid-19 for workers, and keeping wales safe please visit:

https://gov.wales/work-skills-financial-support

 

Covid-19
Covid-19

For information related to Covid-19 support for employers, and keeping wales safe please visit:

https://businesswales.gov.wales/coronavirus-advice/

Why join a union
Why join a union

More than six million workers in the UK are in a union – from nurses to pilots, actors to lorry drivers. Find the right union for you, today.

Joining a union is affordable and easy, and the benefits are huge. Unions help workers come together, demand a better deal from their employers, and raise standards for all of us.

Unions are the reason we all enjoy paid holiday, maternity leave, and lunch breaks. They’ll offer you free legal advice if you need it, training and learning opportunities, and even discounts and offers.

Find out more

Case Studies

Delwedd
Delwedd

Based in Caernarfon, family-owned web design company Delwedd first started to operate in 1998.

Equality
Equality

The Ability to Monitor Policies and Procedures Alongside Every Day Business Needs.

Redundancy
Redundancy

Finding support when you need it the most.


 

Modern Slavery
Modern Slavery

Modern Slavery is the illegal exploitation of people for personal or commercial gain. Victims are trapped in servitude, which they were deceived or coerced into, and feel they cannot leave.

To find out more visit modernslavery.co.uk or to seek help or report slavery call the helpline: 0800 0121 700. Calls are free from landlines and most mobile networks.