There is a legal responsibility on parents, whether married or unmarried, to maintain dependent children. Child maintenance can make a real difference to children as it can help pay for food, clothing, education and other essentials. It is meant to cover the day-to-day living and general upkeep of the minor child/children. But how does one go about getting maintenance for a child in Trinidad and Tobago?
Imagine you have applied for or you are employed by a person, company or organisation and you have been experiencing unfair treatment from that potential or current employer. What solutions or remedies are available in Trinidad and Tobago when such a situation arises? Here are 7 things you should know if you believe you are facing discrimination in the workplace.