It explains the disciplinary policy and the grievance and whistle blowing policies. Describe the information on your pay slip. The information that should be on my payslip are the employers name my full name the hours ive worked that month and my hourly rate the total before any deductions then any deductions being made such as tax national insurance pension and union costs the final outcome due to me. They will also be my payroll number and whether I am full time or part time and my job tile. Describe the procedures to follow in the event of a grievance.
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.
The scope of the job role is laid out in your job description. If these rules are not followed then it could result in the harm of a patient and possibly even death. Patient safety would be ignored and would lead to a patient being affected and consequences being taken. 2.2 You can access full and up to date details of agreed ways of working on the NHS intranet. At the beginning of the shift, colleagues begin in the office where a safety briefing is read out by the sister in charge of the shift.
UNDERSTAND EMPLOYMENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS. Julie Wilcock TASK B YOUR WORK ROLE Bi… The following are set out in my Terms of Employment: Agreed hours of work. Pay grade, rate and method of payment. Collective agreements and working arrangements. Annual leave and bank holiday entitlement.
Working Time Regulations may be also be included, (unless the employee has signed a voluntary opt-out from the Regulations). Salary Most important one, this details the employee's gross salary before tax, national insurance and any deductions. It also specifies when payment is made. 2a) List three key points of legislation that affect employers in a business environment. 1.
Week 3: Individual Assignment International Job Search Review the job listings at a multinational organization. You may choose from the organizations from Week Two. Write a 1,050- to 1,200-word paper in which you address the following: Outline the recruitment strategies the organization uses. Explain how the organization classifies their job opportunities and what assumptions may be made about the classifications. Using the information from your text and the organization’s website, determine how the following factors assist in deciding the optimal mix of home and host country employees: The type of international assignment The culture and language preparedness of the employee The length of the assignment The host and home country recruitment and selection practices Staff availability and skill set Compare the benefits offered with your personal expectations.
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.
During the meeting an explanation of how the team can all work together to help their clients and families better. “The team is actively interdependent, with an established means of ongoing communication among team members and with patients and families to ensure that various aspects of patients’ health care needs are integrated and addressed.” (Grant, n.d.). Having the team members bring their individual knowledge and experience together on each client can help with the flow and to improve quality and continuity of care for their clients. B. Delegation and Teamwork Approaching someone can be a sensitive matter. When talking with Ms. W about delegation the supervisor should do it in a private room with just the two of them.
1. Basic Rights: An introduction to the national minimum wage, sick leave and pay, holiday leave and pay, part-time workers’ rights and agency workers’ rights Discrimination Issues: Understanding how to identify and overcome discrimination and harassment and learn more about identifying employment rights Information Sources: Exploring where to find information
2.2 To get additional support and advice I can talk to either my team leader or manager. Similar dilemmas may have happened before which they can advice me on what to do next. 3.1 In a situation of dealing with a complaint I would follow the step by step list to respond to a complaint effectively and be professional, if a family member or service user makes a complaint. I would establish if this is something I could deal with personally, if not then I would inform a senior member of staff within the room about the situation (depending on how serious the complaint is) If it turns out to be a serious complaint I would guide them directly to my manager. 3.2 All complaints, no matter how seemingly unimportant, should be taken seriously.