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Legal Guides and Resources

We have a variety of informative guides and resources that, while no substitute for advice from one of our experts, help explain the different types of personal injury claims and provide information on employment law matters.

We also provide introductory guides to UK employment law for trade union members, their representatives and officials.

Read, download or print our selection of factsheets and useful resources, developed by our expert teams here.

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Accidents at Work: A summary of the law

In this publication we explore the specific, legal requirements and responsibilities of employers to prevent accidents in the workplace.

Age Discrimination: A summary of the law

This booklet sets out the basic employment rights to which workers are entitled under the age discrimination provisions of the Equality Act 2010.

Agency Workers: Regulations 2010

This booklet covers the basic rights covering agency workers as set out under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010.

Disability Discrimination: A summary of the law

This booklet sets out the basic employment rights to which workers are entitled under the age discrimination provisions of the Equality Act 2010.

Equal Pay: A summary of the law

This booklet provides information about equal pay claims under the Equality Act 2010.

Equality Act: Equality Act 2010

This booklet explores the Equality Act, the legal framework for discrimination law in England, Scotland and Wales.

Family Friendly Rights: A summary of the law

Family friendly rights include maternity, paternity and parental leave and rights for part-time workers. In this publication, we explore the employment aspects of these rights.

Pregnancy and Maternity: A summary of the law

In this booklet we explore the rights at work that give pregnant women protection during the period of their pregnancy, as well as during maternity leave.

Race Discrimination: A summary of the law

This booklet sets out the basic employment rights to which workers are entitled under the race discrimination provisions of the Equality Act 2010.