Lothian MSP Neil Findlay will be joined by various organisations at West Lothian College next week to provide students, and local people, with advice on work and benefits.
As part of West Lothian College’s wider Health and Wellbeing fayre, Neil Findlay MSP will be joined by representatives from organisations like the Poverty Alliance, Unite Community, Better than Zero and Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) who will be available to offer advice to those who need it.
Neil Findlay, who has been a tireless campaigner for workers’ rights, will also be available should anyone have any specific issues that they would like to discuss with him.
The event is open to the public – not just students and staff at West Lothian College – and will take place on Tuesday 15th January between 10 am and 1 pm in the foyer of West Lothian College.
Neil Findlay MSP said:
“I would encourage students and locals to come along to the event next week where you can find out more information about your rights at work, or access advice on a whole range of issues such as energy or benefits.
“I will be joined by representatives from various organisations that would be happy to help you with any issues that you might have.