Unit 201 ERR
Statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers in my area of work.
1) There are many aspects of employment covered by law, some of these include;
• Minimum wage.
• Disability and discrimination.
• Health and safety.
• Holiday entitlements.
2) The spectrum of employment law in the UK covers 3 main areas. Employment rights, Equality and discrimination law, Health and safety legislation.
3) Legislation relating to employment exists to stop exploitation of employees.
E.g. if we did not have these laws and legislation we could be expected to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Women would be expected to work all the way through their pregnancy.
4) You can find Information and advice from many places regarding employment responsibilitys and rights. You can find it in your work contract, handbooks, policy documents, terms and conditions and job description. You can also find out many things from the internet.
Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer.
There are many terms and conditions that will protect my relationship with my employer if followed.
I must follow all policy’s, procedures, legislation and regulations that have been set by Avery and the government, these will include HASAWA, COSHH and RIDDOR. Make sure I check for any updates on policys and attend all training that is provided. Signing and following Avery’s confidentiality form (data protection). Giving the correct amount of notice for any leave I may take and were the correct uniform.
2) On your pay slip it must show your full name and the company that employs you, your national insurance number, your staff Id number and the amount you earn with any deductions i.e. tax. Whether you are full or part time.
3) If you have a grievance you must go to the home manager, if you have gone to the home manager and it is still...