My terms and conditions are set out in my contract and are Agenda for change. They are regularly updated and staff are always updated with any changes that are going to take place within one month of the change taking place. We also have a terms and conditions of service hand book which is available to all staff to access on the NHS website.
The terms and conditions are a statement and instruction of what the employer's expect of their staff and your job description. Employers expect their staff to read and follow the policy and procedures that each house has and to attend all training and update they have and to attend supervision and any observations.
* Name * National Insurance Number * Tax Code * Assignment Number * Induction Date * Contracted Hours * Job Title * Department * Pension
Two changes of personal information that you must report to your employer are change of address and change of name.
The procedure to follow when you want to raise a grievance at work is try solving the problem by talking to your line manager. If you feel you cant talk to your linemanager about the problem you can talk to a care service coordinator but if you’re not satisfied with how they deal with it, you can make a formal grievance complaint. The grievance procedure should also include the following steps: * writing a letter to your employer setting out the details of your grievance * a meeting with your employer to discuss the issue * the ability to appeal your employer’s decision
Data Protection- All information should be protected by staff and professions to protect the clients. Also all private and confidential information you share with your employer is protected so they do not share it without your permission.
Grievance- Any grievance should be discussed with my manager but if it is not resolved at this level then there is a grievance procedure which enables staff to peruse there matter