Right to work – a downloadable factsheet

This factsheet provides a brief summary of the rights of you and your family members to work in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

This guide was produced by the EU Citizens’ Rights Project in March 2019 based on previous information by the Civil Society Brexit Project with Just Right Scotland.

! Until the Brexit day, your rights at work as an EU citizen remain unchanged.

This video presents the court system in England. Click here for court procedures in Scotland .

Your rights at work and problems at work – Scottish Government and CAS websites

  • What are your rights at work? How much holiday entitlement do you have? What is the minimum wage for regular and for agricultural workers? What is the maternity leave? Check your rights at the Scottish Government website.
  • Experiencing problems at work? For conflict resolution strategies, legal proceedings and support in Scotland you may wish to consult “Problems at work” page of Citizens’ Advice Scotland.

Brexit planning for businesses in Scotland

The Brexit information provided by Scottish Enterprise (SE), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), Skills Development Scotland (SDS) and Business Gateway (BG) on one handy website.

Business after EU exit (EU employees and Scottish businesses)

Scottish government website about preparing your business for Brexit, with most up-to-date links and information on support for EU citizens.

Supporting EU Citizens in Scotland – a guide for employers

How to support EU citizens through the Brexit process? What are employers’ responsibilities? Check the guide developed as part of the #WeAreScotland campaign.

EU Settlement Scheme: employer toolkit

UK Government has published a toolkit that “equips employers with the right tools and information to support EU citizens and their families to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.”

Workplace rights if there’s no Brexit deal

UK government’s guidance on “How your rights in the workplace could be affected if the UK leaves the EU with ‘no deal’” – information for EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU.