Young Workers

Young Workers
Young Workers

Mental Health

Usdaw wants to understand more about the impact of social media on young people and their mental health.

About Young Workers

Your rights

Young workers are a vital part of the workforce but are often undervalued, underpaid and discriminated against.

Our campaign aims to protect the rights of young workers and improve their terms and conditions. 

How this helps you

​The Union offers advice and support to more than 78,000 members aged under 27 through our fantastic team of reps and officials.

We are campaigning for the National Minimum Wage adult rate to be paid at 18 and have negotiated the removal of youth rates in many workplaces.

Whether you work full-time or part-time we will make sure your voice is heard and your issues are dealt with.
 

Usdaw Young Workers' Weekend: 4 - 5 Nov 2017

The weekend offers an opportunity to meet other young people, to enjoy some serious socialising and to learn more about the Union.

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Usdaw Young Workers' Week: 6 - 12 Nov 2017

The week offers an opportunity for union reps and activists to reach out to young workers and share the campaigning work that Usdaw does on issues that are important to them.

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