Useful links

The links on this page are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or a recommendation from the Law at Work. The Law at Work is not responsible for the content of any of the websites included on this page.


Acas provides free and impartial information and advice on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law.


British and Irish Legal Information Institute provides access to freely available legal information and judgments.


BullyingUK provides core family helpline and online chat support services in many different areas as well as tailored support around issues such as bullying, special educational needs and support for specific communities.

Employment Tribunal Claims

Employment Law Blog with lots of useful advice about making a claim to the Employment Tribunal.

Equality and Human Rights Commission

EHRC is an independent statutory body with responsibility to encourage equality and diversity, eliminate unlawful discrimination and protect and promote the human rights of everyone in Britain.


STUC represents over 580,000 trade unionists, who are members of 39 affiliated trade unions and 20 Trades Union Councils.


TUC represents more than 5.8 million workers in 51 unions. Globally the TUC are part of a union family with 180 million members in more than 160 countries.

Working Families

Working Families is the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation. The charity helps working parents, carers and employers find a better balance between responsibilities at home and work.


WorkSmart helps you get ahead at work. It's a new kind of job advice app for everyone - whether you’re starting out in work, looking to build a career, or just want to improve your current situation at work.

Maternity Action

Maternity Action is the UK’s leading charity committed to ending inequality and improving the health and wellbeing of pregnant women, partners and young children – from conception through to the child’s early years. They deliver free, specialist advice on employment rights, maternity pay, maternity benefits and the rights of migrant and asylum seeking women through their telephone helplines.

Equality Advisory and Support Service

EASS helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights, across England, Scotland and Wales. They can also accept referrals from organisations which, due to capacity or funding issues, are unable to provide "in depth help and support" to local users of their services local users of their services.

Health and Safety Executive

HSE aim to prevent workplace death, injury or ill health. They achieve this using a variety of methods to influence change and help people manage risks at work.

Insolvency Service

Insolvency Service are a Government agency that helps to deliver economic confidence by supporting those in financial distress, tackling financial wrongdoing and maximising returns to creditors.

Statutory Payments Dispute Team

Statutory Payments Dispute Team advises about how to deal with disagreements and what to do if you and your employee disagree with a formal decision about entitlement, how to appeal and who decides.


Timewise supports women at the school gates back into work and are prominent as experts in the flexible sphere. They have led and changed the conversation about flexible working.

Citizens Advice Scotland

Citizens Advice Scotland give people the knowledge and confidence they need to find their way forward - whoever they are, and whatever their problem. Their network of charities offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.


Stemmeringlaw has a website that is written mainly from the point of view of the person who stammers (or his adviser) looking into his or her rights under the Equality Act.

Disability Law Service

Disability Law Service is a unique charity that has been providing free legal advice and representation for disabled people since 1975. In fulfilling our purpose, fighting injustice for disabled people, we work to challenge the poverty and inequality faced by those with disabilities by securing for them access to justice and to their legal rights.

Fair Justice System for Scotland Group

The Fair Justice System for Scotland Group (FJSS Group) is a grassroots-led legal charity based in West Calder, West Lothian. The FJSS Group advocates for a justice system reflective of the diversity of modern-day Scottish society and its work is geared to influence justice delivery policy in Scotland through informing the processes of policy formulation and development by engaging with the key policy and decision-makers in the Scottish Government and key agencies.