ADVICE ON YOUR RIGHTS
The best way to protect and improve your rights at work is to join your union. The law says that you have the right to join a union and take action to solve workplace problems. With your union you can exercise this right to win fair and just treatment at work.
If you have a question about your rights, or feel that your rights have been violated, you should contact your union. Your first contact should be your workplace union delegate, or you can call your local union branch. United Voice offers members free legal advice on work related problems. If you would like advice, but are not yet a member, it is quick and easy to join the union.
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