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Top 6 UK Employment Resources Every Employee Needs To Know

In this list UK employees will find the top resources for navigating the workplace. These websites share up to date and reliable information on everything from negotiating an exit package, to filing a grievance to protecting against discrimination.

The Guardian - Employment Law Section

The Guardian is one of the world’s leading news media organisations. The section tackles many issues regarding discrimination, unfair dismissal, court’s ruling regarding claim compensation for untaken holidays, what will happen after Brexit and EU working rules that put patients lives at risk.

Monaco Solicitors - Employee Only Law Firm

A niche firm of Claimant employment solicitors and barristers helping employees to achieve fair deals when leaving their employment following a redundancy or dispute. On the website employees can find a range of resources including grievance letters, a settlement calculator and video guides.

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CIPD

CIPD

CIPD is a not for profit which champions better work and working lives by improving practices and people organisations development. The website contains a collection of topic pages with resources to help employees address employment law issues at work, from recruitment and terms and conditions through to TUPE and redundancy, as well as information on new and amended statutes and statutory rates.

HR Magazine

HR magazine offers guidance and good practice examples on employment law, with advice from top employment lawyers regarding issues at work such as harassment, how to navigate the world of employee rights, complex dynamics in team bullying, indirect discrimination, gender equality at work.

Citation

Citation provides consultations on contracts of employment, dismissal procedures, employment tribunals, employment law guide and the guide concerning HR and employment law resources are available online and can be downloaded for further explanations.

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)

Provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law. Employees can ask ACAS employment rights and responsibilities; pay and the National Minimum Wage, discipline and grievance, contracts and terms and conditions, working time, rest breaks and holiday entitlement, equality in the workplace, working for an employment agency and agricultural workers’ rights.