Children and Young People

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 1339
  • Published : February 19, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
1.1 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 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 working
Working from 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 (TUPE)
Employment protection during business transfers and takeovers (TUPE) Transfers of employment contracts

1.3 outline why legislation relating to employment exists. To stop the exploitation of workers by their employers mainly. For example the minimum wage, safety standards, holiday entitlements, maternity leave, redundancy payments, discrimination laws, maximum working hours, age requirements, are all good things that protect employees from unscrupulous bosses.

1.4 - identify sources and types of information available to employment responsibilities and rights could include: HR department
Line manager
ACAS
Citizens Advice Bureau
Community Legal Advice
Access to Work
Additional Learning Support
advice from trade unions and representative bodies

• The Equality Act 2010
• Health & Social Care Act 2008
• The Sex Discrimination Act, 1975 and Code of Practice
• The Race Relations Act, 1976 and Code of Practice
• Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000
• The Disability Discrimination Act, 1995 and Code of Practice • Data Protection Act 1998 - - guidance 2002
• Employment Rights Act 1996
• Employment act 2002
• National Minimum Wage Act (1998)
Working Time Directive and Working Time Regulations 1998
• The Gender (Re-assignment) Act 1999
• Harassment Act 1997
• Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
The Health and Safety Young Persons Regulations March 1997
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) (2002) The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 (as amended in 2002) The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981

• Human Rights Act 1998
• Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (Whistle Blowing Charter) • Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974-1986 Amendment
• Sexual Discrimination Act 1976

Help
2.1 Describe terms and conditions of own contract of employment. The terms and conditions meet the requirements of section 1 of the employment rights act 1996. It tells you the hours you work and overtime, these hours will be your normal working hours unless agreed otherwise. It tells you your salary and what your salary will be weekley, fornightly, monthly and annually. a performance review will be carried out once a year to see your progress. It will tell you the companies holiday year, and what you are entitle to. compassionate leave and time off for family emergencies. sick pay, reporting sickness absense.

2.2 Describe the information on own pay statement.
My...
tracking img