Guidance on rights at work in the UK.
Protection against discrimination in England, Wales and Scotland is provided by the Equality Act 2010, which brought together a number of different pieces of legislation.
In the UK, whichever employment status you fall into, your rights might come from your contract of employment, if you have one.
In the UK, your legal rights in the workplace depend on whether you are classed as an ‘employee’, ‘self-employed’ or a ‘worker’.
As your entitlement to holidays and holiday pay in the UK is based on EU law, it is at risk from Brexit.
Workers' rights in the UK around working hours and breaks are among those most at risk from Brexit.