2 The grievance statement If the issue has not been resolved the next step is to fill in form gr1 asap, this should be given to the employee’s immediate line manager. A copy will also be given to human resources. In the circumstances where the employee’s grievance is against their immediate line manager then the employee must provide the gr1 form to human resources. 3 The grievance meeting As soon as is practically possible (normally within 10 days) the employee will be invited to attend a grievance meeting. The employee has the right to bring along a companion ie a trade union representative or work colleague.
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. Bii: Name and address, Pay Period, Pay Date, Pay Type, Payment Method Taxable Gross Pay, Income Tax, Employee NIC, Employer NIC, Tax Code, NI Number, Hourly Rate, Total Payment, Total Deductions, Net Pay. Bii: If any change of name or address, I must reported to my employer. Biv: The grievance should be raise verbally to an immediate superior, this should be done in confidence given full detail and sufficient time to consider the facts of the case and where appropriate take remedial action. If the grievance can be resolve satisfactorily by the immediate superior, the matter should be verbally or in writing to the home owner whose decision will be final.
Compute the hours that need to be paid from the timesheets into the system. Pay other types of income such as bonuses, allowances, and incentive-based payments. Perform any deductions made and adjustments. Considering the pay rates (regular, overtime, and penalty rates). 5.
It also outlines sickness pay and conditions, annual leave and bank holidays and capability and disciplinary procedures. The Employee Handbook describes all aspects of grievance procedures, required notice of termination given by the employee or employer, general terms of employments regarding standards and codes of conduct, whistle-blowing, safeguarding and confidentiality,health and safety and misconduct. 2.2 Describe the information shown on own pay statement. My pay statement shows my name and address, job title, employee number, pay date, pay
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. How many days holiday i am entitled to also sick days. Procedures to follow for sickness and rate of sick pay. 2.2 Describe the information shown on own pay statement My payslip shows my name date from when pay relates to the hours i worked and at what hourly rate, total gross pay, my tax deductions, net pay to date. 2.3 Describe the procedures to follow in event of a grievance The grievance procedure for my place of work is 1 Discuss the problem with my line manager and try to settle the matter promptly.
Unit 2-Understanding employment responsibilities and rights in health, and social care or children and young people’s settings 1. KNOW THE STATUTORY RESPONSIBILITES AND RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS WITHIN OWN WORK AREA 1.1 List the main features of current employment legislation Pay, minimum wage 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 working 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 1.2 List the aspects of employment covered by law the law in UK covers the following aspects: Minimum wage, Hours worked, Discrimination, Health and safety, Holiday entitlements, Redundancy and dismissal, Training, Disciplinary procedures, Union rights and consultation, among many others. 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. 1.3 Outline why legislation relating to
1.4 Identify sources and types of info and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights: The employment responsibility and rights sources and information available internally within the Pre-School are the Manager, Deputy Manager, Chairperson of the Management Committee, the Policy booklet (containing various policies such as Confidentiality, Health and Safety, Health and Safety Outdoor area and more), informative sheets handed to employees in the induction, ongoing training (e.g. First Aid), the in-house training, supervision meetings and weekly staff
Understanding Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health and Social Care Learning Outcome 1 – Know the Statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work 1.1 List the Aspects of Employment Law: • Minimum Wage • Hours Worked • Discrimination • Health & Safety • Holiday Entitlements • Redundancy and Dismissal • Training • Disciplinary Procedures • Union rights and consultation 1.2 List the Main Features of Current Employment Legislation The Equality Act 2010 A new Equality Act came into force on 1 October 2010. The Equality Act brings together over 116 separate pieces of legislation into one single Act. Combined, they make up a new Act that provides a legal framework to protect the rights of individuals and advance equality of opportunity for all. The Act simplifies, strengthens and harmonises the current legislation to provide Britain with a new discrimination law which protects individuals from unfair treatment and promotes a fair and more equal society. The nine main pieces of legislation that have merged are: • Equal Pay Act 1970 • Sex Discrimination Act 1975 • Race Relations Act 1976 • Disability Discrimination Act 1995 • Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 • Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003 • Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 • Equality Act 2006, Part 2 • Equality Act (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2007 1.3 Outline why legislation relating to employment exists: Legislation and regulations are established to provide a framework of acceptable practice which all who are governed by that framework must adhere to.
Bi-Describe Terms Conditions of Contract of Employment Job Description, Defining my Role, Responsibilities as well as the roles of others such as Managers & Supervisors. Entitlement, Such as Rate of Pay, Holidays, Sickness Benefit, Pensions & Expenses. Responsibilities, Working Hours, Illness, Absence, Complaints Procedures, Notice Periods (leaving & dismissal), Company Dress Code, Changes in Circumstances, Assessments & Training. General, Correct Use of Company Equipment (telephones & computers), Codes of Behaviour, Health & Safety. Bii-Describe Information on Payslip Company Name, My Name, Payment Number, Payment Period, Employee Number, Tax Code National Insurance Number, Payment Date, Rate of Pay (holiday, sickness, overtime), Contributions (tax & national insurance, pension), Gross & Net Pay.
It protects both the employer and the employee by providing rules and regulations which must be adhered to. The Human Rights Act, The Disability Discrimination Act and The Data Protection Act also apply. This legislation covers: * Minimum wage * Holiday entitlement * Maximum working hours * Safety standards * Redundancy payments * Age requirements * Maternity leave 1.4 – Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights The sources and advice available can be found through: * Employees contract * Employee handbook * Policy documents * Terms and conditions * Job description * Citizens advice bureau * ACAS 2.Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer. 2.1 – Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment A contract is between the employer and the employee. My personal contract includes my hourly rate and contracted hours.