AN INFORMATION and experience sharing campaign is looking to stand up for the Wee County's young workforce.

The move is part of a drive launched by Clackmannanshire Citizens Advice Bureau, which is looking to raise awareness on employment rights and is also offering an online tool for people under the age of 25 to share their experiences.

The Do the Rights Thing campaign offers detailed information on employment rights at while an online tool is also available to share poor employment practices.

Visit for the interactive form and submit tales of horrible bosses, dodgy pay, long hours and more.

The campaign is also taking place across the wider Citizens Advice network in Scotland.

Jonny Miller, manager of the local bureau, said: "Knowing your rights at work is very important at any age but particularly for young people who are often trapped in a cycle of insecure work, low pay and limited opportunities.

"That's why as part of our Do the Rights Thing campaign we are awareness-raising within youth organisations and community centres and liaising with other local third sector organisations.

"This will give young people in Clackmannanshire the confidence around knowing their employment rights and empower them to take action when they are not being upheld.

"Our Advice for Scotland website is also a fantastic resource with easy to understand information about your rights at work and we're also asking young people to submit their bad experiences at work online.

"You don't have to give your name or personal details if you don't want to and by taking part you'll be able to inform our future work as we continue to stand up for young people in Clackmannanshire."