Right not to suffer detriment
30.The application of sections 23 and 24 of the 1998 Act confer a right on a worker not to suffer detriment by his employer for:
the worker enforcing rights under this Act (or having such rights being enforced on the worker’s behalf),
the worker’s employer being prosecuted under this Act, or
the worker being or becoming (or potentially being or becoming) entitled to be paid a minimum rate of remuneration in accordance with this Act.
31.Where an employer does subject the worker to detriment as a result of enforcing the worker’s rights, the worker can make a complaint to an employment tribunal.