Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
National Employment Agency
Agency for Social Assistance
State Agency for Child Protection
National Social Security Institute
National Health Insurance Fund
National Revenue Agency
International Organization for Migration-Bulgaria
Department for Work and Pensions
UK Border Agency,Home Office
Useful information about employment rights, provided by the Department for Trade and Industry
Health and Safety Executive
Acas provides free, impartial and practical advice on different employment issues and on solving problems in the workplace. If you want further advice on an employment –related issue or problem, contact the Acas helpline on 08457 47 47 47, or visit its web-site.
Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, confidential and impartial advice. They can help you solve problems including debt, housing, legal matters and employment matters. Citizens Advice Bureaux are in most towns. You can find them in the local telephone directory, or visit its web-site.
HM Revenue and Customs
HM Revenue and Customs provides advice on taxation, National Insurance Contributions, National Minimum Wage, Tax Credits and Child Benefit. You can find the nearest office in the local telephone directory, or visit its web-site.
Here you can find information about the criteria concerning the self-employed:
Here you can find information about National Insurance contributions:
Here you can find information about the tax system for the construction industry:
Here you can find information concerning the public services and specific information on employment rights and responsibilities in the UK:
Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
This is an independant non-profit organisation dedicated to tackling disadvantage and promoting social justice.
Institute for public policy research
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
This is an independent public body which regulates immigration advisers.On its web-site you can find a list of authorised advisers. It also has links to websites for solicitors, barristers and legal executives.
Other useful links:
European Job Mobility Portal
Set up in 1993, EURES is a co-operation network between the European Commission and the Public Employment Services of the EEA Member States (The EU countries plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and other partner organisations. Switzerland also takes part in EURES co-operation. This is an easy way to find information on jobs and learning opportunities throughout Europe.