Where can I find information and advice on employee rights?
Where can I get more information or advice?
- Join a trade union. Unions are expert at dealing with all kinds of problems at work and at providing advice and support.
- Acas Helpline.
- Legal Advice.
- Advocate – Bar Pro Bono Service.
- Free Representation Unit.
- Citizens Advice.
- The Law Centres Federation.
What are my rights and responsibilities as an employee?
Rendering faithful service to an employer. Not to compete in business against an employer (whilst still employed by them) To obey lawful and reasonable orders (that are consistent with his or her contract) To exercise reasonable skill and care in terms of fulfilling their role.
Where can I get a Know Your Rights guide?
The ACLU Foundation of Northern California has created many Know Your Rights guides on a range of issues. Film the police! Get the ACLU Foundations of California’s free Mobile Justice CA smartphone app – available for iOS and Android.
When do police have the right to stop and search you?
A police officer has powers to stop and search you if they have ‘reasonable grounds’ to suspect you’re carrying: illegal drugs. a weapon. stolen property. something which could be used to commit a crime, such as a crowbar.
Do you have the right to search your house?
No one, not even the government, has the right to search your house or property or even have your possessions seized without following the correct legal channels. The government cannot infringe on the privacy of your communication – this includes opening your mails or listening to your phone calls.
What do you need to know about workplace rights?
know your rights in regards to discrimination and bullying. Know what to do if you experience or witness this in your workplace know the health and safety requirements of your workplace. Know how to maintain a safe environment for yourself and others have access to all of the appropriate safety gear and equipment.
What are the rights under the search and seizure law?
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”.
When does a police officer have the right to search?
Under the Fourth Amendment, police officers must obtain written permission from a court of law to legally search a person and his or her property and seize evidence while they are investigating possible criminal activity.
Do you have the right to refuse a search?
Police do not have to inform you that you do, indeed, have the right to refuse a search, and individuals have been arrested and even sent to jail because they did not know they had the right to refuse search and seizure.
What do you need to know about your rights?
Everyone has basic rights under the U.S. Constitution and civil rights laws. Learn more here about what your rights are, how to exercise them, and what to do when your rights are violated. Learn about your rights when stopped by the police, and how to stay safe.