Community is proud of its diversity and equality. We represent members and their families across all industries and sectors in the UK. Unlike many other unions that specialise in specific job markets, Community is proud to be an inclusive organisation; welcoming anyone as a member, regardless of the sector they work in, how they work, or where they live. In this section we talk about some of the sectors we currently support.

Whether you’re looking to join our Young Labour Campaign Network, would simply like to be a part of the union movement, or perhaps want to be set-up for the world of work – Community has an offer to suit you.

And if you’re working part-time while studying our advisors are experienced at dealing with issues frequently faced by part-time workers. It might be that you want help trying to negotiate more hours. Or maybe your employer’s trying to change your hours or work location, and you’re worried about it impacting on your studies? As a working student, whatever your situation, we can advise you on your options.

If you’d like to find out more about how Community can support you, you can find out about what we do here. And for more detailed information on topics like your right to join a union, the national minimum wage, holidays and time off from work, and your general rights as an employee just visit our online advice centre. Or for more personal support, call our Service Centre  on 0800 389 6332.

Full and part-time workers

Community is here for your whole working life, and we’re always just a phone call or email away. We can help to protect and represent your interests at work, and offer professional advice whenever you need it.

Contract& agency workers

The world of work is changing. And with that change there is a growing number of contract and agency workers here in the UK. Community has a great deal of experience in helping contracted workers secure a fair deal.

Freelancers & self-employed

The biggest growing group of workers is in the UK is the self-employed market. We understand what you need to know and offer professional advice – from the day you set up through the employment maze and beyond.

Your workforce

Community recognises the importance of working with employers to secure a safe and happy workforce. If you’d like union representation for your workforce Community can help.