Most people have to work, but dealing with workplace issues can cause stress and make it difficult or even impossible to go to work. We can offer support and guidance on a range of problems you might be facing in your job - from discrimination to redundancy.
Dealing with work problems
Using our vast range of knowledge and experience, we can give you advice on how to deal with all kinds of workplace issues. We work with trade unions, advice agencies and other organisations to offer advice and legal assistance to anyone with problems at work.
Here are some examples of how we can give you support:
- Understanding your rights at work - this includes rights around pay, sick pay, holidays, flexible working, rights for young people, parental rights and more.
- Advice on what to do if you’ve been fired or made redundant, or if you want to quit your job.
- Guidance on how to take action if you’re being discriminated against at work.
- Support in dealing with other problems at work, like workplace bullying or harassment, or if you have to attend an employment tribunal.
For more information on work issues, get in touch with Western Isles Citizens Advice Service - we’re here to offer free, impartial and confidential advice.