Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slips/statement.
Personal information eg. Name and date of birth
Total pay – your full pay before any tax or National Insurance has been taken off
Any deductions which change from payday to payday eg. tax and National Insurance, and what the deductions are for.
The total amount of pay that you will come out with after deductions
National Insurance number
The tax period
A breakdown of additional payments like overtime, tips or bonuses
Identify two changes to personal information which must be reported to your employer
Change of address
Change of bank details
Describe the procedure to follow if you want to raise a grievance at work
You should first discuss the grievance with your person in charge or manager. This should be done in confidence with all of the details being discussed so that action can be taken if they feel this is necessary. If your superior is not able to resolve the grievance, then it will be referred either verbally or in writing to the home owner. If you feel uncomfortable going through any of the stages alone you have the right to have another person with you at any stage of the procedure.
Explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to the following areas.
Data protection – No data or personal information is to be passed on or given out to anyone without the client or the clients next of kin consent. No Data should leave the building unless consent is given by the manager
Grievance- If anybody has a grievance they must first discuss this with the home manager so that it can be dealt with.
Conflict management- If you feel there is unnecessary conflict between employees you should go to your manager to discuss this. You should find the reasons for the conflict and if it is possible to eliminate the conflict
Anti- discriminatory practice – You can work with your employer regarding anti discrimination