Task A-Short Answer questions Ai: The existing handbook, the latest Health & Safety requirements and changes in the law since the last update. Aii: a) Holidays and time off, my right at work and my working hours and contract. b) Training, minimum wages and Health & Safety policy. Aiii: * Fair wages * The workplace safety & standards * Employee benefits * Retirement & pensions The employment law deal with both the employer and employee’s actions, rights and responsibilities, as well as their relationship with one another. Task B Your work role Bi: Employment duration, place of work, hours of work, remuneration, holiday entitlement, public/bank holiday, sickness pay & conditions, disciplinary rules & procedures, disciplinary appeals procedures, grievance procedure, notice of termination to be given by employer, notice of termination to be given by employee, pension & pension scheme and collective agreements.
1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law. Anti-discrimination provisions eg gender, race, disability, religion, age Working hours and holiday entitlements Sickness absence and sick pay Data protection Health and safety Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks We also have the Disability Act, Manual and Handling Operations and Regulations, The Medicine Act, RIDDOR and more. 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 1.3Outline why legislation relating to employment exist. Legislation relating to employment exists to protect the best interests of both employer and employee.
2. Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer. 2.1 Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment. My contract of employment shows who my employer is and place of employment (head office), place of work, job title, commencement date and hours of work, pay scale and annual earnings. It also outlines sickness pay and conditions, annual leave and bank holidays and capability and disciplinary procedures.
01 ERR 1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law The aspects covered by law are anit-discrimination for example disability, age, religion, race, gender also working hours, sickness absence, sick pay, holiday entitlement. Other aspects covered are CRB checks, health and safety, criminal records, data protection. 1.2 List the main features of current employment legislation Main features of key legislation Employment rights, Equalities and discrimination, Health and safety. 1.3 Outline why legislation relating to employment exists To protect the rights of employers and employees by providing rules and regulations that must be followed. 1.4 Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights Sources Contract, HR department, Manager, CAB, Union, 2.1 Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment My contract has terms and conditions of my employment rules and roles that must be followed to keep within my contract, My hours and hourly pay rates.
Labour law covers the deal between employee and employer, Health and safety cover the work conditions, and minimum wage and other law set basic compensation levels. Within our area of work we also have the Disability Act, Manual Handling Operations and Regulations, Data Protection Act, The Medicine Act, General Social Care Council code 2001, RIDDOR 1995 and more. 2. List the main features of current employment legislation Pay Being paid and payslips Company sick pay rights Performance-related pay Employment contracts and conditions Contracts of employment Changes to employment conditions Breach of contract The National Minimum Wage The National Minimum Wage rates Calculating the National Minimum Wage: the basics Help getting paid the National Minimum Wage Time off and holidays Annual leave and holidays Time to train, request time at work to learn new skills Time off for dependants Working hours Working time limits /the 48-hour week/ Rest breaks Overtime Flexible working Te right to request flexible working Working form home Part-time work Sickness absence Time off for sickness Statement of Fitness for Work /fit note/ How work can keep you healthy Business transfers and takeovers Employment protection during business transfers and takeovers Transfers of employment contracts 3. Outline why legislation relating to employment exists To ensure a more cost efficient and safer working environment.
The main objective of this essay is to offer a clear apercu of the employment effects of minimum wages. It summarises some evidences from findings and research done in the UK and overseas and aim to provide a framework in which these studies on minimum wages can be discussed. The structure of the paper is as follows: an explanation of the effect of the minimum wage in the employment both in a competitive and a monopsony market is followed by a brief discussion and critics of the researches done by David Metcalf(2004) and George Jesus Borjas(2010); and, finally, assess the care home case on minimum wage as presented by Machin and Wilson(2004) Employment effect of a minimum wage in a perfectly competitive labour market. The low wage
Various Types of Grievances There are various types of grievances that can come into play in the grievance process, usually depending on how they transpire. Grievances more times than not, are usually job related, and is a symptom of an underlying problem. Following includes the various grievance types that are explained with intentions: * Individual An individual grievance is the complaint made by an employee about management’s actions. As a result of managements actions the employee feels that they have been treated unfairly. This is described in the collective agreement.
3. Briefly outline why employment law exists Employment law exists to protect the employers and employees in the work environment. The law states that employees have legal rights as stated in their contract of employment. The employers must act upon these contract agreements. Task B Your work role For this task you will need the following: • A copy of your contract of employment or employment agreement.
Labour law covers the deal between employee and employer. Health and safety laws cover the work conditions, and minimum wage and other laws set basic compensation levels. We also have the Disability Act, Manual Handling Operations and Regulations, Data Protection Act, The Medicine Act, General Social Care Council code 2001, RIDDOR 1995 and more. 1.2 list the main features of current employment legislation Pay Being paid and payslips Company sick pay rights Performance-related pay Employment contracts and conditions Contracts of employment Changes to employment conditions Breach of contract The National Minimum Wage The National Minimum Wage rates Calculating the National Minimum Wage: the basics Help getting paid the National Minimum Wage Time off and holidays Annual leave and holidays Time to train: request time at work to learn new skills Time off for dependants Working hours Working time limits (the 48-hour week) Rest breaks Overtime Flexible working The right to request flexible
• The Data Protection Act 1998/2002 – This law protects the information about individuals whether its electronic, written or verbal. • Access to Personal Files Act 1987 – This law is to give you access to certain personal information held about you, it includes medical records, health records etc. List the main features of current employment legislation • Employment Rights Act 1996 • Equal Pay Act 1975 • Sex Discrimination Act 1975 • Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006 • Disability Discrimination Act 2005 • Protection from Harassment Act 1997 • Human Rights Act 1995 • Employment Equality Act 2004 • National Minimum Wage Act 2000 • Working Time Directive 2003 • The Mental Health Act 2007 Outline why legislation related to employment exists Legislation in employment exists for your protection, guidance and safety. It tells you what is expected from you, including how you should behave. Keeping you safe from harm is why the