Although Equalities and Health and safety have meaning in other areas of life… both bodies of law feature measures relating to employment to a significant degree. 1. 3 outlline 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 contract handbook policy documents terms and conditions job description Web sites like www. direct. ov (useful for other parts of ERR) books, journals, colleagues, whoever is above your employer est. 2. understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer 2. 1 describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment
Your name if you decide to change it for any reason, your phone number, your address, next of kin and your email adress. 2. 5 explain agreed ways of working with employer Every employer will have aims and objectives. For some employers, these will be documented and for others, they could be verbal statements. Either way, it is important that you know what your employers aims and objectives are. During your induction period you will learn about your employer and how your role supports them to achieve their aims and objectives. This is important because your employers aims and objectives become yours while you are working and you will work together to achieve them.
Identify and describe 4 ways in which the legal system supports working parents, including maternity leave, paternity leave, adoption leave and dependants leave. 7 5. Give 3 reasons why it is important to treat employees fairly in relation to pay7 6. Explain the concepts: direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, harassment and victimisation and summarise equalities legislation that relates ...
Policies and procedures or agreed ways of working set out how your employer requires you to work. They incorporate various pieces of legislation as well as best practice. They are there to benefit and protect you, the individuals you support and your employer. They enable you to provide a good quality service working within the legal framework and most importantly aim to keep you and the individuals you support, safe from danger or harm. Policies and procedures are essential pieces of information that will support you in your role and will enable you to work professionally and safely. You are being paid (unless you are an unpaid carer) to do a job for your employer.