3. Outline why legislation relating to employment exists (1.1.3) > To protect the rights of employers and employees by providing rules and regulations that must be followed. 4. Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights (1.1.4) > The main sources and types of information that are available to have your responsibilities and rights are in * Contract * Handbook * Policy documents * Terms and conditions * Job description 5. Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment (2.2.1) My contract of employment sets out what my employer expects from me and what my pay and holidays are.
Each employee should be assisted to develop a Personal Profile as follows: • Linking job descriptions and person specifications to relevant national occupational standards and other competencies to provide a competence based profile of each worker role. • Identifying what learning and development needs each worker has in relation to these competencies and recoding these as personal development plans (PDPs). • Identifying what learning opportunities workers need for their continuing professional development (CPD). The CPD processes that you use will be informed by the person profile and the PDP. Within each employee’s PDP a person centred approach should be applied to address any barriers they have to learning and the plan should be adopted to best suit their needs, to build their confidence and to encourage their enthusiasm and commitment to lifelong learning.
Understanding Employment Responsibilities and rights in Health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Unit 1 Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work 1.1. In order to obtain information and advice in relation to employment responsibilities and rights an employee should be given the following: Contract covering all terms and conditions, policy documents and an employee handbook. Further information can be obtained through the citizen’s advice bureau and trade unions. 1.2. In order to prevent the exploitation of employees by employers.
1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings. Outcome 2 Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer The learner can: 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role. 2.2 Outline what is meant by agreed ways of working. 2.3 Explain
According to the National Labor Relations Association, there are two types of categories of federal, state, and local laws. The first category is labor laws, which refers to the body of laws and rules regulating labor unions and associations and their relationships with management. The second is employment laws, which are the body of laws and rules regulating civil rights and non-union related conduct in the workplace. Discrimination, harassment, civil rights, equal and fair pay, immigration and employment-at-will laws that could be broken. They could face many liability issues with employees and customers.
Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own work area: 1.1 - List the aspects of employment covered by law: The law in the U.K. covers a variety of employment aspects that govern how we work and protects both the employee’s and employers, these include: Health and Safety – These are the requirements of both the employee and employer to create a safe work environment . Minimum Wage – The minimum wage that someone can be paid for their work, with some variables such as age, student status etc. Hours Worked – The amount of hours you work a week/month according to your contract. Holiday Entitlements – How much annual leave you are entitled to, differs dependent on your contracted hours. Discrimination – The national laws and policies on what constitutes discrimination and how it should be dealt with in the work place Redundancy and Dismissal - What constitutes fair and unfair Dismissal, redundancy pay and requirements for the payment of Redundancy pay Union Rights – The right to join a Union, and what a Union stands for, they are there to protect the basic rights of employee by creating an organised group of workers for the discussion of perceived grievances with their employer and the ability to respond to grievances with strike action.
(E.g. holiday entitlement, anti-discrimination provision, sickness, data protection, | |Criminal Record Bureau Checks, etc.) | | | |The law in the UK covers the following aspect, minimum wage, discrimination, sickness, hours worked, holiday entitlement, data protection, | |redundancy and dismissal, training, disciplinary procedures, health and safety, union rights and consultation, among many other policies and | |procedures. Labour law covers the deal between employee and employer. Health and safety laws cover the work conditions, and minimum wage and | |other laws set basic compensation levels.
Section 1: Rights and responsibilities at work This section will help you to evidence Learning Outcome 1: Know the employment rights and responsibilities of the employee and employer Learning objective Place in Assessment 1.1 Identify the main points of contracts of employment Question 1 Page 1 1.2 Identify the main points of legislation affecting employers and employees Question 2 Page 2 1.3 Identify where to find information on employment rights and responsibilities both internally and externally Question 3 Page 3 1.4 Describe how representative bodies can support the employee Question 4 Page 3 1.5 Identify employer and employee responsibilities for equality and diversity in a business environment Question 5 Page 3 1.6 Explain the benefits of making sure equality and diversity procedures are followed in a business environment Question 6 Page 3 1. Identify four main points that would be included in a contract of employment. If possible, use an example contract to support your answer (feel free to obscure any confidential information). [1.1] • Place of work • Names of the parties involved • Employment start date • Job title and description 2a) List three key points of legislation that affect employers in a business environment. [1.2] • data protection • health and safety • pensions and pay 2b) List three key points of legislation that affect employees in a business environment.
2.3 Legislation relating to employment exists to stop exploitation of workers by their employers and is put in place to protect the rights of their employee’s. Everyone within a place of work has certain employment rights to make sure that they have everything they’re entitled to, such as the national minimum wage, hours of work, health and safety and holiday. 2.4 The main sources and types of information that are available to have from your employer, which will outline your employment responsibilities and rights include: * The job description * Contract handbook * Policy documents * Terms and
DeVry University Online | Labor Relations Interview | A Real World Function of Labor Relations | Contents Introduction 2 What Is the AFGE 2 Specific Duties Related to Labor Relations 3 What Is the FLRA 3 How Many Employees and Collective Bargaining Agreements 4 Participation in ADR/Mediation Process 4 What Is Considered a Grievance 5 Timeliness of Grievance Process 5 Grievance Process Steps 6 Who Are the Arbitrators 7 How Mr. Lannan got started with the Union 7 Social Unionism 8 Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction The purpose of this paper is to give an overview of the job tasks of Jeremy Lannan that are related to his position as the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Fair Practice Coordinator AFGE Local 1438