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workingmums.co.uk has updated its main employment advice, from maternity pay and negotiating flexible working to flexible holiday rights and redundancy rights.
The current employment outlook is very volatile. While employees have had much of the power in recent months due to high job vacancies, that could change with the threat of recession looming. Meanwhile, the cost of living crisis is affecting both employees and employers as they struggle with mounting bills and potentially falling demand. In such an atmosphere, employers may seek to take action or make changes to terms and condition without properly considering or understanding employment rights.
workingmums.co.uk, however, has updated its main employment rights advice in the last month and below we outline all the areas covered. We also have a panel of employment lawyers who can answer any specific questions free of charge. All you have to do is email [email protected] with your question and we will outline what your rights and next steps might be. In addition, we have a large database of questions and answers relating to employment advice which we can point you to or which you can search on our site.
Here are our main employment rights guides, all updated as of August 2022: