Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights (1.1.4) You will find Sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights in your:- · Work contract · Work handbook · Policy documents · Terms and conditions · Job description All these sources of information should be found within your workplace. 5. Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment (2.2.1) A contract of employment sets out what your employer expects of you in your job. It also includes what your pay will be and holidays you are entitled to. It also covers job description which describes the duties and responsibilities of your post.
OUTCOME 1 1.1 list the aspects of employment covered by law minimum wage hours worked anti-discrimination (gender, race, disability, age, religion) health and safety holiday entitlement redundancy and dismissal training disciplinary procedures data protection sickness absence and sick pay CRB checks disability act manual and handling operations and regulations the medicine act RIDDOR 1.2 list the main features of current employment legislation employment rights legislation national minimum wage legislation employment legislation equalities and discrimination law health and safety legislation working time regulations part time workers regulations 1.3 outline why legislation relating to employment exists legislation relating to employment exists to protect the best interest of both employer and employee. there are policies and procedures put in place and complied with in order to protect the rights. were an employee finds that is not complied with the employer is liable. they also exist to ensure a more cost efficient and safer working environment. 1.4 identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights.
1.1 Minimum wage, hours worked, discrimination, health and safety, holiday entitlements, redundancy and dismissal, training, disciplinary procedures, union rights and consultation. 1.2 Employment rights, equality and discrimination, health and safety. 1.3 To protect the rights of both employers and employees by providing standardised rules and regulations to be followed within the workplace. 1.4 Health and safety posters placed in staff room in plain sight, www.acas.org.uk/ and https:// www.gov.uk/ are sources of information and advice relating to employment rights and responsibilities. 2.1 The terms and conditions of my contract of employment consist of information about my date of commencement of employment, my hours of work, salary, job title, place of employment, holidays and holiday pay, public holidays, sickness and sickness payment, pension, disciplinary rules, notice.
Health and safety Pay and pensions Data protection 2b) List three key points of legislation that affect employees in a business environment. National minimum wage 1998 The working time regulations The data protection act 1998 3. Identify a range of places where a person can find information on employment rights and responsibilities. You should identify at least two internal and two external sources of information. Internal; Personal specialists Informed colleagues External; Citizen’s adivice Legal professions 4.
HSC- ERR Unit 1: Understanding Employment Responsibilities and Right in Health Social Care 1. List the aspects of employment covered by law The law in UK covers the following aspects: Minimum wage, Hours worked, Discrimination, bullying, Health and safety, Holiday entitlements, Redundancy and dismissal, Training, Disciplinary procedures, Union rights and consultation, Sickness, time off work, Trade unions, Whistleblowing at work. Disability Act, Manual Handling Operations and Regulations, Data Protection Act, The Medicine Act, General Social Care Council code 2001, RIDDOR 1995 2. list the main features of current employment legislation Employment Rights , Equalities and Discrimination Law, (Equality Act 2010, Disability discrimination Act 1995) Health and Safety Legislation, ( Health and Safety Act1974) 3. Outline why legislation relating to employment exists? Employment law exists because for the protection of workers , eg.
Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Task A - Short Answer Questions Ai: The current policies and procedures handbook in place at the company. Up to date health and safety requirements. Internet for example: www.gov.co.uk. Aii a: Wages Work conditions Holiday entitlement Disciplinary procedures b: Training Employment Rights Minimum wage Health and safety legislation Equalities and Discrimination law Aiii: To protect employers and employees from those who would take advantage of them and to create a safe working environment. Task B Your work role Bi: My employment is subject to an enhanced disclosure from the CRB.
Health and safety 2. Equality and discrimination 3. Employment rights Why legislation relating to employment exists Legislation relating to employment exists to stop exploitation of workers by their employers mainly to protect the rights of their employee’s and to make sure that they have everything they need. Sources and types of information and advice, available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights Contract – Every workplace should supply you with a contract. This is an agreement creating obligations enforceable by law.
Outcome 1 Point 1 Every aspect of your employment is covered by law but the first thing you must have is a contract of employment. Other aspects of employment covered by law are minimum wage, hours worked, discrimination, health and safety, holiday entitlements, redundancy and dismissal, training, disciplinary procedures and union rights and consultation. Point 2 The main features of current employment legislation are employment rights, equalities and discrimination law and health and safety legislation. The legislation for employment rights is the Employment Rights Act 1996, this is an act to consolidate enactments relating to employment rights. This covers things such as employment particulars, protection of wages and guarantee payments.
Health and social care Task 1 Understanding the statutory rights of employees and employers within LRH HOMES Aspects of employment covered by law •Health and safety at work act •Minimum wage •Discrimination •Holiday entitlements •Redundancy & dismissal •Training •Disciplinary •Disability discrimination act This is a list of some of the aspects of employment by law. The main thing is, the employees contract. Loading… The Four Main Aspects •Employment rights •Equalities and discrimination law •Health and safety legislation •Holiday entitlement Equalities and discrimination law The Equality Act came into force on 1 October 2010. This act alone holds over 116 legalisations. This act was made to protect individuals
Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own areas of work 1.1 – List the aspects of employment covered by law o Training o Health and safety o Discrimination o Minimum wage o Hours working o Break entitlement o Holiday entitlement o Disciplinary procedures o Human Rights o Redundancy o Sick leave o Dismissal 1.2 – List the main features of current employment legislation - Health and Safety at work Act 1974 - The Equality Act 2010 - The Human rights Act 1998 1.3 – Outline why legislation relating to employment exists In relation to employment legislation is in place to protect both employers and employees when at the work place. It helps ensure individuals have equal opportunities and rights and to ensure that discrimination does not take place. In addition to this it ensures that policies and procedures are followed and not breached or abused. To ensure that the working environment is safe, fair and each employee is entitled to fair pay.