Identify four main points that would be included in a contract of employment. If possible, use an example contract to support your answer (feel free to obscure any confidential information).
1. Employer’s/Employee’s Name (It’s important because it refers to the people concerned in case of disagreement or issues).
2. Start Date (It’s important because of problems that could arise from previous employer).
3. Employee’s Duties and Job Title (it’s important to know what is expected of you in case of disagreement).
Salary/Hours of Work (It’s important because you’ll be paid as much as it’s agreed and not to work more hours than agreed).
2a) List three key points of legislation that affect employers in a business environment. 1. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 2. Data Protection Act 1998 3. Pay and Pension 2b) List three key points of legislation that affect employees in a business environment. 1. Health and Safety at Work Act 19742. 2. Employment Rights and Responsibilities 3. Pay and Pension 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. There are internal sources of information about employment rights and responsibilities such as: 1. Line managers 2. Trade union representative 3. Informed colleagues 4. Documents held in organisation Also some External sources of information on employment right and responsibilities are: 1. Legal professionals 2. Government 3. Libraries 4. Citizens Advice Bureau 4. Describe how representative bodies can support employees.
... employer and employee responsibilities for health and safety. Employers have to insure under the Health and Safety at work etc Act ... range of places where a person can find information on employment rights and responsibilities. You should identify at least two internal ... drawbacks of each approach? Keeping others informed is really important, makes working process more effective, people can help each ...
Representative bodies can support employees by informing and advising them on a range of problems that employee’s may be experiencing. They can offer assistance with training, pensions, collective redundancy, workforce agreement and health & safety issues. Representative bodies can be found in every organisation, there are two forms of representative bodies, trade unions and non-trade unions, trade unions are most commonly found in organisations. 5. Briefly describe employer and employee responsibilities for equality and diversity in a business environment.
You should give at least two employer responsibilities and two employee responsibilities. If possible, provide relevant equality and diversity procedures from your workplace (or place of study) to support your answer. These documents should be annotated to highlight the relevant sections. Employers have the responsibility to inform employees on equality and diversity subjects by training them accordingly and by promoting fair treatment and respect in their organisation also by implementing and following on policy procedures related to equality and diversity issues.
On the other hand employees have as much responsibility as employers to maintain fair treatment conduct with everyone in the work environment. This can be achieved by not labelling and prejudicing people, also by avoiding discrimination on people’s age, race, ethnicity, religion and sexuality. 6. Briefly explain the benefits of making sure equality and diversity procedures are followed in a business environment. Your answer should include one benefit for the employer, one benefit for the employee and one benefit for the overall organisation.
There are many benefits to organisations which implies equality and diversity procedures to their organisation, some of them are as follow; Employers will benefit from satisfied customers and possible increase of profits on their organisation. While employees will benefit from being treated fairly on their merits at work and being appreciated for diversity they bring into the organisation. Also organisations as a whole may grow and expand with more people willing to work for them, and attracting more customers their way.
The legally required employee benefits constitute nearly a quarter of the benefits package that employers provide. These benefits include employer contributions to Social Security, unemployment insurance, and workers compensation insurance. Altogether such benefits represent about twenty-one and half percent of payroll costs. Social Security Social Security is the federally administered ...