UNDERSTANDING EMPLOYMENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
LEARNING OUT COME 1
1.1 LIST ASPECTS OF THE EMPLOYMENT COVERED BY LAW.
Employees must have a contract of work these aspects include minimum wage, hours worked, discrimination, health & safety, holiday entitlement, redundancy, & dismissal, disciplinary.
1.2 LIST THE MAIN FEATURES OF CURRENT EMPLOYMENT LEGISATION
The employment law legislation covers three main areas which are Employment rights, Equalities and discrimination law and health and safety legislation.
1.3 OUTLINE WHY LEGISATION RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT EXISTS.
This is the right of both employer and employee must be adhered to and in place so both parties are protected at all times.
1.4 IDENTIFY SOURCES &TYPES OF INFORMATION & ADVICE AVAILABLE IN RELATION TO EMPLOYMENT RESPONSIBILITIES & AVAILABLE IN RELATION TO EMPLOYMENT RESPONIBILTILES AND RIGHTS
There is lots of information available on the internet and from books, external training or hand outs also, there is contracts, policy documents, terms and conditions of employment, and in your job description what should be kept in your file generally in your office and updated with new information where necessary, all information should be for a guaranteed source and up to date.
LEARNING OUTCOME 2
2.1 DESCRIBE THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF YOUR OWN CONTRACT
A contract of employment sets out what your employer expects from you and what your pay and holidays are etc it is a binding contract so if you break the terms you can be disciplined then sacked for breaking your contract if taken further
So to recap a contract of employment is a legally binding contract between u and your employer that should be reviewed and updated if your job role changes
2.2 DESCRIBE THE INFORMATION SHOWN ON YOUR PAY STATEMENT
In my pay slip it shows....
amount of your wages before any deductions (gross wages)
individual amount of any fixed deductions (such as trade union subscriptions)...