[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.
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.
Question 1 : | 1.1 | List the aspects of employment covered by law | | Answer : | Working hours Minimum wage Age,gender and racial discrimination Holiday entitlement Health and safety Training Redundancy and dismissalBreak entitlements. | Question 2 : | 1.2 | List the main features of current employment legislation | | Answer : | Employment Rights Equalities and discrimination law Health and safety law. | Question 3 : | 1.3 | Outline why legislation relating to employment exists | | Answer : | It exists to give employers and employee's rules and guides as to what's except able and what's not.Employment laws are there to protect employees and employers regarding minimum wage, health and safety at work, working time regulations, human rights act, data protection, disability and discrimination act. | Question 4 : | 1.4 | Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights | | Answer : | You can get information regarding employment responsibilities from human resources, the internet, unions and solicitors can also give information and advice. This information can be written or verbal.
Retirement Bii… Your payslip must show: Gross pay – your full pay before any tax or National Insurance has been taken off. The amounts of any deductions – for example tax and National Insurance, and what the deductions are for. They usually have your N.I number, date and name or work number also. Biii… You must inform employers of any change of name or address Biv… If you have a grievance related to your employment, you should raise it, in the first instance with the manager either orally or in writing. If the matter cannot be resolved within three working days, it will be referred to the proprietors of the home, who’s decision will be final.
It covers direct discrimination, discrimination based on perception and association, indirect discrimination; someone put at a disadvantage which includes third party harassment in a workplace, harassment based on perception and/or association, disability discrimination; someone being treated unfairly due to a disability. It also covers pre employment questionnaires; questions can be asked regarding health if the subject is capable of working. Equal pay is included; making sure there is no discrimination between male and female pay and secrecy clauses; regarding talks of pay. Everyone in Britain is protected by the act, the protection includes age, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and
List the aspects of employment covered by law. · Minimum wage · Hours worked · Discrimination · Health and Safety · Holiday entitlement · Redundancy and dismisal · Training · Disiplinary procedures · Union rights and consultation · Disability act · Manual handling · Operations and regulations · The medicine act · General social care council code 2001 · Riddor 1995 1.2. List the main features of current employment legislation. Employment rights act 1996- · The right to receive a written statement of terms and conditions of employment. · A right to not be unfairly dismissed.
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
CT257- Understand Employment Responsibilities and Rights In The Health, Social Care Or Children And Young People Settings 1.1- List The Aspects of Employment Covered By Law Employment law cover aspects like discrimination within the workplace, ensuring that employees or employers cannot be discriminated against due to their race, age, gender, sexual orientation or any protected characteristic. Other aspects include: * Minimum wage * Hours worked * Health and safety * Holiday entitlements * Redundancy and Dismissal * Training * Disciplinary Procedures * Union Rights 1.2- List The Main Features Of Current Employment Legislation * Employment Rights * Equality and Discrimination * Health and Safety 1.3- Outline Why Legislation Relating To Employment Exists It exists to protect the rights of employers and employees by providing rules and regulations that must be followed. Everything in a job has legislation or a policy for it. The main things are: * Contracted Hours * Paid holidays * Safety Protection * Legal Age For Employment 1.4- Identify Sources And Types Of Information And Advice Available To Relation To Employment Responsibilities And Rights Sources Include: * Contract * Handbook * Policy Documents * Terms And Conditions * Statement Of Purpose * Job Description * Internet Sites * Books/Brochures 2.1- Describe The Terms And Conditions Of Own Contract Of Employment The terms and conditions of own contract of employment relates to a piece of legislation called “The Employment Rights Act 1996”. Own contract tells you the hours you work and any planned overtime.
1. List the aspects of employment covered by law (1.1.1) > Minimum wage, hours worked, discrimination, health and safety, holiday entitlements, redundancy and dismissal, training, disciplinary procedures, union rights and consultation. 2. List the main features of current employment legislation (1.1.2) > Employment rights, equality and discrimination, health and safety. 3.
In this unit it is a breakdown of the ERR in health and social care. ERR meaning Employment Rights and Responsibilities. In this section it covers the basics of what an employer should know as taking the role of a healthcare assistant. Task 1: Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work 1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law:- The working hours your contracted for Whether you’re entitled to holidays Health and safety within your work place Entitlement to sick pay Maternity and paternity rights Rights to sickness absence National minimum wage Rules and Regulations such as the disciplinary procedures Redundancy and dismissal Anti-discrimination provisions; race, age,