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Agricultural Sector (Wales) Act 2014

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.

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