W.O.R.K stands for Working, Opportunities, Rights & Knowledge and is an information source for young people, created by Young Scot, in partnership with Developing Young Workforce.
W.O.R.K: Working, Opportunities, Rights & Knowledge, is about raising awareness of and providing information about your rights at work.
Whether you're about to become a mum or dad or already are one, we've got a few handy charts to help you identify what kind of support you might be entitled to in your job and the things every expecting parent should prepare for at work.
There are a variety of different types of employment contracts available when it comes to working.
Not quite sure what all the amounts on your payslip mean? We've got a handy guide to help you make sure you're being paid correctly - and to make sure you understand your payslip.
Navigating the world of work can be challenging, especially if you don't know what different abbreviations and other terms mean. We've got a handy A-Z glossary of some terms that get used when discussing work and employment rights to keep you right!
Some tips for building professional connections online.
When contestants are fired by Lord Sugar on The Apprentice it's usually pretty dramatic but what actually are the reasons you can be fired in the workplace? (it's not quite the same as on the TV show...)
Wondered what's going on when schools are closed due to strikes? Or why the trains aren't running due to industrial action? Wondering what would happen if you took part in a strike at work? Here's all the info you need to know.
Find out more about your working rights as an apprentice.
Thinking of getting a part-time job over the summer but unsure of whether it is the right move for you? We've tallied up some pros and cons of getting a part-time job over the summer.
Interview with Minister for Business, Fair Work and Skills, Jamie Hepburn MSP as part of our W.O.R.K programme launch in November 2018.
Having some extra cash for spending money on clothes, food, games or going out on the weekend can be really handy, but what can you do when you're under the age of 16?
Have you been considering a job in teaching in Scotland? Or want to know a bit more about what you’d need to do to become a teacher?