Business and Administration Unit 1

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Unit one: Principles of personal responsibilities and working in a business environment

Assessment

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Please note that this Assessment document has 8 pages and is made up of 7 Sections.

Name: Samantha Burman

Section 1 – Know the employment rights and responsibilities of the employee and employer

1. 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).

i] Employer’s Name

ii] Employee’s Name

iii] Main Place of Work

iv] Duties and Responsibilities

See Sample contract on next page.

Sample contract of employment
Statement of main terms and conditions of employment
Employer’s name:
Employee’s name:
Date of commencement of employment:
Main place of work: (insert your address)
Job title:
Duties and responsibilities:
As set out in the job description. The employer may require you to carry out other reasonable duties as required. Probationary period:
There will be a probationary period of (*usually three months). At the end of this period the position will be reviewed and if satisfactory the continuation of your employment will be confirmed. During the probationary period either party can terminate employment by giving one week’s notice. Hours of work: Your hours of work will be:- (insert number) There is a need for the employee to be flexible and these hours may be changed as required according to the employer’s needs. Under these circumstances, where hours need to be changed or additional hours worked, the employer will give as much notice as possible. Lateness: If you are going to be more than 10 minutes late you are required to contact the employee as soon as possible but at the very latest 30 minutes before you are due to start work Salary: As an hourly paid employee, your salary will be £(insert weekday hourly rate before NIC or Tax deductions). Your salary is payable (insert either monthly or weekly) and will be paid on (insert date of salary payment. If monthly it could be the third working day of the month or last Friday in the month for example. If weekly insert day of payment) by (insert direct payment into your bank/cheque/cash). The employer will deduct National Insurance and Income Tax as required by law. The employer may also deduct any overpayment of wages or holiday entitlement. Pensions: There is no pension scheme available with employer’s contributions however if you are eligible you may be offered access to a Stakeholder Pension scheme. Holiday entitlement: The holiday year is from (insert holiday year – usually either 1st January – 31st December or 1st April – 31st March). Your holiday entitlement must be taken during this period. Payment will not be made for any unused holiday and these cannot be taken into the next holiday period. The full amount of your holiday entitlement is (insert number of weeks and days – 5.6 days is the minimum legal requirement) per year pro-rata per completed months employment. One week being the equivalent of weekly hours worked. Bank holidays may be booked as holidays or will be paid at the weekend rate. Holidays must be agreed with the employer at least (insert how many weeks – four weeks is usual) in advance. You may not take more than (insert number of days – 10 days is the usual) working days consecutively without the employer’s prior written consent. Should you leave...
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