[1.2] Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer Describe the terms and conditions of your own contact. The terms and condition of my contract are the commencement date and location which is the date I am due to start work and where I will be regularly working at. Also it explains how long my probationary period is and what is actually is. It tell me my rate of pay and when and how I will be paid and the hours I will be required to work and what the shift pattens are its also covers overtime. It mentions annual leave and how much of it get and how I will b expected to spread it out over the year.
• Minimum Wage • Holiday entitlement & hours worked • Sickness and absence pay (SSP) List three main features of current employment legislation. • Data Protection Act 1998 • Equality and Discrimination Act 2010 • Health and Safety Act 1974 Briefly outline why employment law exists. Employment laws exist to not only to protect the rights of the employer but also the employee, the regulations are set to make a fair and equal working environment for both. Task B - Describe the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement. When I first started at the setting it was subject to a thirteen week probationary period this was outlined in my contract of employment, during this time I underwent an enhanced CRB check had an induction on health and safety and received a copy of the policies and procedures folder for our setting after the probationary period I was issued a uniform with the company logo and a name badge.
Job Tasks and Reporting The elements of my job responsibilities that I consider appropriate for remote work include research, writing, project planning, Remedy help ticket investigation/resolution and meeting preparation. Each week I will create a status report outlining what I expect to complete on my telework days and how much time I anticipate spending on each task. At the end of my telework days I will report what I have completed to you as part of the weekly status report. I will also save the tasks that are best done without interruption for my telework days. Schedule For the 90-day trial period, I propose working from home on Mondays and Fridays of each week.
Unit 201 Understand employment responsibilities and Rights in health, social care or children And young people’s settings. Task B your work role B1. The terms and conditions of my employment are laid out in my contract as follows, Pay, Employment conditions and contractual obligations, Flexible working, Business transfers, Working hours, Time off and holidays. B2. Pay slips need to have certain information on them and employers have to give all employees a pay slip within 1 working day of their pay day, even when they’re on leave.
Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Wendy Ellwood - St Joseph’s school Loftus. Task A – Short Answer Questions Ai Imagine you are a newly appointed supervisor/manager within your service. You need to update your staff handbook to reflect current employment law. Identify three different sources of information you could use to enable you to do this. 3 marks www.gov.uk Citizens Advice Bur Trade Unions Once you have identified a reliable source of information: Aii a) List three aspects of employment covered by law.
• To book the BBQ’s talk to Carl Stone. His office is located in the Migizii Agamik. It would be a good idea to do this a couple weeks in advance. This job can be performed by UMASA Council or the Coordinator. It would take an hour or two.
At the end of this period the position will be reviewed and if satisfactory the continuation of your employment will be confirmed. During the probationary period either party can terminate employment by giving one week’s notice. Hours of work: Your hours of work will be 28 hours a week this breaks down to 12 weekday hours 4 weekend hours 1 sleepover which is a 12 hour shift There is a need for the employee to be flexible and these hours may be changed as required according to the employer’s needs. Under these circumstances, where hours need to be changed or additional hours worked, the employer will give as much notice as possible. Lateness: If you are going to be more than 10 minutes late you are required to contact the employer as soon as possible but at the
I had to sign to accept that I would do a contract of a minimum 160 hours in a one month period although I may be needed to work additional hours. I also had to sign for a probation period stating I would be monitored for 6 months to see if I was suitable for my role, If I wasn’t doing my job to preferred standards my employment would be terminated. My contract explained my hourly rate & made me aware that I may be needed to work bank holidays and special occasions such as Christmas day. My contract also made me aware of the sickness conditions, Disciplinary rules and procedures, how I would appeal against a disciplinary & also grievance procedures. Bii The information that needs to be shown on my payslip is * National insurance number * Periods * National insurance contribution * Gross earnings * Tax contribution * Net pay * My name * Tax code * Company name Biii * My name * My address Biv Explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation of the following areas: * Data
Benefits All Tudor Employment Agency temporary workers are entitled to up to 28 days paid holiday pro-rata. Timesheets In order to ensure you are paid efficiently and on time it is important we receive your signed timesheets. We will advise on the day your assignment commences with regard to check ins and whether the company requires you to clock/swipe/sign in or if you have to get an individual timesheet signed after each shift. If you are required to get a timesheet signed it is important to remember you must hand this in to your local branch no later than 9am on the following Monday in order for the payment to be electronically transferred into your account by the following
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF OWN CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT 1. Work your agreed contracted hours 2. Must be willing to cover shifts when help is needed 3. Have the right to change your availability when needed but have to wait a minimum of 6 weeks to take place unless an emergency 4. On bank holidays (Christmas, New years, ect) to still work your availability at all times PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW IN EVENT OF A GRIEVANCE The procedure for dealing with all personal grievances, claims and disputes applies to all employees.