List the aspects of employment covered by law.
These are all covered by law so that no one is taken advantage of and also so that both Parties are covered to a certain point and makes sure everyone is treated fairly i.e. * Minimum wage
* Hours worked (working time directive)
* Health and safety
* Holiday entitlements
* Redundancy and dismissal
* Disciplinary procedures
* Union rights and consultation, etc.
These apply to all Work environments. . 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
List the main features of current employment legislation.
Discrimination is a main feature of employment legislation because it has more than one Meaning I.e.
It also protects against many other forms of harassment and bullying in the work place.
Outline why legislation relating to employment exists.
It exists so people know their rights and responsibilities in the workplace and helps protects the employer and employees 1.4
Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and right. * Internet
* Citizen Advice Bureau
* HR Department
* Supervisor/line manager
* Trade Union
* Employment Law solicitor
2.1 Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment.
*Hours of work
*Hourly rate of pay
*Health and Safety
*Benefits I.e. Travel Pay
2.2 Describe the information shown on a pay statement.
* Company name
* Paye Tax
* N.I number
* Week Number
*Total gross pay TD
* Tax paid TD
* Earnings for N.I TD
* N.I TD
* Net pay
* Employee Number
* Tax code
2.3 Describe the procedures to follow in event of a grievance.
If you have a concern, problem or complaint at work, you might want to take this up with your employer. This is called raising a grievance. You might want to raise a grievance about things like: •things you are being asked to do as part of your job
•the terms and conditions of your employment contract, for example, your pay •the way you’re being treated at work, for example, if you're not given a promotion when you think you should be •discrimination at work. For example, you might think your work colleagues are bullying you because you because of your race, age, disability or sexuality.
It may be possible to sort out your complaint by simply talking to your employer informally.
However, it's not always possible to sort out your complaint in this way and you may want to take out a formal grievance. You don't have to take out a formal grievance. However, if you end up making a complaint to an employment tribunal, the tribunal may reduce any compensation they award you if you didn't raise a grievance first.
2.4 Identify the personal information that must be kept up to date with employer.
* Change of address
* Phone number
* Bank details
* Next of kin details
* Emergency contact details
* Medical problems I.E. allergy’s
* Tax code
* Training documents
* Copy or CRB check
* Copy of Identification i.e. Birth certificate
2.5 Explain agreed ways of working with employer.
* Rate of pay
3.1 Explain how my own role fits in with the delivery of the service provider.
My role will involve playing creatively with the children teaching them healthy eating and maintaining health and safety so each child is in a safe and appropriate environment.
3.2 Explain the effects of own role on service provider.
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