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Employment Law

The National Student Money Survey recently revealed that in 2022 62% of university students in the UK had a part-time job. But do your students know what their legal rights are when it comes to working?

Overview

During this lesson students explore the law that applies to young workers and what they can do if they believe their legal rights at work are not being upheld.
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