Employment rights and responsibilities and equality and diversity in employment. Employment Rights and Responsibilities.
Each employee has certain rights that are in place to protect them in their work place from the employer or service users. Employment responsibilities are what employees are expected to do. e.g. they have a responsibility to do their job to the standard set by others in the work place. Employees Rights and Responsibilities.
Employees have the right to be treated with respect by their employer, by the members of staff and by the service users. Employees have the right not to be discriminated against whether it is to do with their gender, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, a disability or sexuality. Employees have the right to equal opportunities and to an equal pay. Employees have the right not to be discriminated or judged for whistle blowing or writing a complaint about someone in the workplace whether it is an employee or a service user. Employees have the right to have rest breaks during the working day, to have time off from work during the working week, and to have an annual paid holiday. Responsibilities.
An employee has to stick to the dress code stated from their employer e.g. uniform. And for health and safety reasons employees must tie hair back, wear flat watches, do not wear any jewelry and wear sensible shoes with grip. Employees should put on the equipment provided for theirs and the service users health and safety e.g. gloves and disposable aprons. Employees should co-operate with your employer, making sure you get proper training and you understand and follow the company's health and safety policies An employee should report any accidents that have occurred whether it is to themselves or to a service user that was in their care at the time to their employer or into a reports book. Employees should know the routes and the procedures put in place when the fire alarms go off they should know where to go and...
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