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Coronavirus: Returning Back To Work

“My workplace is open again, but….” Concerned about coronavirus and returning to work? As restrictions ease and more workplaces open up again, know where you stand and how to keep yourself safe at work. Here we answer some of your questions. But if you have any further concerns, please contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau. […]

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What to do if you’re being bullied at work

Workplace Bullying Advice Workplace bullying includes both verbal and physical abuse at work. You may feel unfairly treated, intimidated, humiliated, excluded or harassed. If someone’s behaviour at work is making you feel uncomfortable, there are things that you can do about it. Talk about it Being bullied at work causes a great deal of stress […]

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Voluntary Work in Our Area

If you’re looking for voluntary work in this area, chances are you’ve never considered volunteering with East Dunbartonshire Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB). You might never even have considered volunteering at all. It’s just for retired people, right? Think again! SEE OUR VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIALS ON THIS PAGE >> Why volunteer with East Dunbartonshire CAB? People of […]

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Applying for Universal Credit Scotland

Universal Credit – What you need to know Changes to benefits now mean that Job Seekers Allowance, Housing Benefit and other benefits have been replaced by universal credit. Although this is supposed to make your life simpler, checking your universal credit eligibility and applying can be a bit confusing. That’s where the Citizens Advice Bureau […]