OUTCOME 1: Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work
1.The aspects of employment covered by law
Contracts of employments and your rights at work,working hours and holiday entitlement,sickness and sickness pay,maternity/paternity rights,equal pay and the national minimum wage 2.The main features of current employment legislation
The employment rights act 1996,The national minimum wage act 1998,The sex discrimination act 1975, Health and safety at work act 1974,The manual handling operation regulation 1992, The equalities act 2010 3.Legislation relating to employment exist because this is to protect employers and employee , and to make sure that they stick to these all the time. 4.Sources and types of informations and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights are: contract, policy document,job description, the citizen advice bureau, trade unions, social services departments OUTCOME 2: Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer 1.The terms and conditions of own contract of employment are that I am working as domiciliary care worker,there are no fixed working hours and I am required to work at such times and for such periods as are necessary for the efficient discharge of my duties. I am entitled to a pro rata amount of 20 days holiday. If I am absent from work more than 7 days due to sickness or injury I must provide my employer with a medical certificate. I am entitled to adequate rest breaks in my working days.. 2.The information shown on own pay statement are: name,date,salary,holiday pay,company sick pay,mileage and expanses tax, tax income,national insurance, wage advance,loan repayments 3.The procedures to follow in event of a grievance. Grievance procedure should be in writing and should tell me who should I complain to first, how soon after incident happens I must make my complaint. What the result could be and how long each...
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