Rights and Responsibilities at work 1 Q1. 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). Every business has a responsibility to ensure it follows the relevant rules and regulations. If you are an employer, make sure you do everything you can to get it right, as an employee, you should also be aware of your own responsibilities, as well what your rights are and what your employer should be doing with regard to, for example, pay, contracts, time off and working hours.
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.
1.3 I follow the codes of practice, regulations, minimum standards and national occupational standards to ensure that my personal attitudes and beliefs so not obstruct my quality of work. Give an example from your work place: In my work place I keep my beliefs and personal attitudes to myself as part of policies and procedures. Standards may include: * Codes of practice * Regulations * Minimum standards * National occupational standards 2.1/2.2/2.3 I attended a training course for “Abuse Indicators”, organised by my employer. The course covered symptoms of different types of abuse, financial, physical, sexual, institutional, etc. It also covered what staff should do if they suspect abuse of a service user, who to report it to, and the procedures to follow.
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.
Describe two strategies that may be employed to ensure the appropriate OHS information is communicated to all employees effectively, regardless of linguistic or cultural background. 1 Part A – Theory Review Questions 1. Explain the need for a manager to understand OHS legislative requirements. Give two examples where you would need to apply this knowledge within your workplace. Explain how you can ensure compliance with the legislation.
1.1 To do company imduction corse read trough the company policy and proceedres relating to my job. To do shadowing as to better understand my role with each client. To read through each clients personal centered care file. Attend extrea training corses were neccessery listen and put the needs of the clint first. Talk with my oncall if there is anything i am not sure about.
It will have an introduction at the start of the person specification giving details about the job like job title, post reference number management responsibilities (including whom the employee needs to report to and is responsible for). It will then detail attributes that the organisation wants that person to have, for example, their type of personality or intelligence level. Example below: Application Form An application form is a sheet of paper which an employee fills out, to show that they are interested in this job, so the senior team of the certain corporation can positively compare the against others, and choose the best fit for the purpose, also employers that use them usually will use them in the public sector where it’s not about paper-pushing but ensuring there is a systematic way of comparing candidates. Anyone applying for jobs local or
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.
Simone Jones L601/7638 1 know the employment rights and responsibilities of the employer and employee. 1.1 Identify the main points of contracts of employment :- This is an agreement between the employee and employer, it will consist of your job description, rights and responsibilities, your contracted hours, terms and conditions, rate of pay and holidays, name of the organisation, start date 1.2 Identify the main points of legislation affecting employees and employers. For employers 1. Pay pensions 2. Data protection 3.
Title VII and its amendments have made specific requirements to be upheld in regards to affirmative action and employer restrictions. Below are specified tips for management to abide by to avoid violations to Title VII. Organization must guarantee that the hiring, promotion, training, are understand and accessible to all employees equally. “If an affirmative action plan is to be adopted voluntarily, work with the union and other employee groups to try to ensure fairness and get early approval from the constituencies affected to ward off potential litigation” (Bennett-Alexander & Hartman, 2007, p. 219). Secondly, organizations must ensure voluntary affirmative action plans follow court ordered requirements.