Three different sources I would use to update my employment law would be: Government web sits
Three aspects covered by Law are:
a) Maternity rights this law affects my role in a way that I will need time off to attend antenatal care, Maternity leave and benefits. I will also be protected against unfair treatment or dismissal. Unfair dismissal this law affects my role in a way that I have a legal right to be treated in a way, which is fair and reasonable. If not I have the right to take my case to an independent Employment Tribunal provided I have been employed within the statutory right. Current National Minimum Wage. This law is in place to ensure that all employees are paid a fair rate. This law affects my role in a way that I am paid at a rate equal to or above the current national minimum wage rates. b) Health and safety law, under this act my employer has a duty to make sure I’m protected from risks and danger which occur in my workplace as an employee I must not take risks, and I must wear or use any protective equipment that I have been provided with. I must follow any training and instructions I’m given. I must make sure there has been a risk assessment done. c) COSHH LAW, under this law my employer must know what substances could harm me in my work place they must reduce the risk of them causing harm by providing good ventilation or protective clothing such as hats, aprons, gloves etc. I must wear these at all times when at work and follow procedures set out. Manual handling operations regulation.
Under these regulations my employer must make sure I’m up to date with all my training and I’m trained in the the correct methods of lifting so that I’m not injured by doing this they must have risk assessments in place and provide proper equipment to carry out the tasks, if I do have to lift something while at work then I must do this the way I have been trained and use any special equipment that has been provided for me. Aiii
Employment law exists to protect your self at work, they also protect your work colleagues and service users these laws also tell you what you are expected to do and how you should behave at work. This law also protects employees from exploitation. Task B
My terms and conditions of my employment book contain the following these most commonly fall into the following sections: a) Job description - defining the role, responsibility level (e.g. Manager, Deputy Manager, Assistant etc). It might include limits on decision making/to whom one reports/is supervised by. b) Entitlement - rate of pay, holiday entitlement, retirement and ill-health benefits, bonus/overtime rates, uniform and/expenses allowances, canteen facilities, etc. c) Responsibilities: working hours, dress code, reporting illness/absence, annual assessments, complaints procedures, notice periods for leaving/dismissal, requirements to change working hours. d) General: Depending on the type of job, there might be other conditions restricting the employee taking other part-time work, confidentiality clauses, using company equipment for private use (e.g. phones, computers, vehicles) general codes of behavior and adherence to certain corporate practices, health & safety regulations, etc. e) My name and the name of my employer
f) Length of notice to be given by my employer and myself
Information that needs to be shown on my pay slip is
Variable Deductions to pay such as income tax.
Fixed deductions such as Pension contributions.
Two changes to personal information
Change of address or name
Absence from work due to sickness.
Procedure to follow if I want to raise a grievance at work.
I would work along side my employer in relation to the following in the manner set out below: Data protection by not leaving files of client or any information lying around for anyone to see I will not...
...Place : mushroom unit, UPM
Date : 7th October 2011
Time: 9am – 10 am
Demonstrator : Mr Hasnul Hadi Bin Hussain
Planting of mushroom is one of a venture that can conduct by the farmer in Malaysia. There are several factors that make mushroom plantation being more popular among Malaysian farmer. The factors are they can get highly income in a short period, next the operation cost is too cheap and the mushroom marketing is very wide, that is around the globe. In late 80’s UPM has opened a mushroom unit that located near the fertigation unit. The purpose of the unit is to make research and development in mushroom, among student can be carried out easily.
In 7th October 2011, 44 students from Foundation of Agriculture Science UPM, had visited the mushroom unit, to carry out their practical. The objective of the trip is to learn more about mushroom, from the processing to the marketing. The practical began at the 3pm after the Friday’s prayer. We have been welcomed by the Mr. Hasnul Hadi Bin Hussain, the assistance agriculture officer at mushroom unit.
There, Mr.Hasnul had briefed deeply about types of mushroom, cultivation technical, research and development, operation cost and lastly the mushroom’s disease. From the briefing we the students get a lot of very important new information about mushroom. Around the world there...
...CS113 Academic Strategies for the Business Professional
Unit 6 Alternate Seminar Assignment
Full Name Two-digit Section #:
Instructions: Download this document to your computer before filling it out. Save using SAVE AS and add your name to the front removing the phrase “YourName” All of the gray boxes below should be appropriately filled in and the document saved again before submitting to the dropbox.
If you did not attend the live Unit 6 Seminar, you must complete the Unit 6 Alternate Seminar Assignment in order to earn seminar credit (maximum 15 points). Submit your completed template to the Unit 6 Seminar area of the Dropbox on or before the close of the unit on Tuesday evening (11:59 PM ET).
If you attended the live Unit 6 Seminar session, you do NOT need to complete this assignment.
Read the Unit 6 Seminar Case Study and be prepared to respond to the related questions. Using specific information from your unit of study and previously learned information, provide a detailed response for each of the following questions (minimum 10 complete sentences for each item):
Identify the four steps of the writing process as outlined in this unit, and
explain what you should focus on in...
...Unit five: Principles of supporting business events
You should use this file to complete your Assessment.
• The first thing you need to do is save a copy of this document, either onto your computer or a disk
• Then work through your Assessment, remembering to save your work regularly
• When you’ve finished, print out a copy to keep for reference
• Then, go to vision2learn.com and send your completed Assessment to your tutor via your My Study area – make sure it is clearly marked with your name, the course title and the Unit and Assessment number.
Please note that this Assessment document has 3 pages and is made up of 3 Sections.
Section 1 – Understand how to support the organisation of a business event
1. When organising a business event, describe the range of support activities that may be required.
There are a number of supporting activities that are required when organising a business event, such as;
Organising a venue,
Ensuring the event is well publicized,
Appropriate space and licences are in place,
The correct equipment is available and operable
Booking rooms or acommodations
And any relevant documentation is readily available for all attendees. If all of the above are in place it will have a positive effect on the business event.
2. Complete the table below by identifying two ways of providing support before, during and after a business event.
Unit 2: Resources (P5, P7, M3, D2, D1)
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UNIT 3: INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING P1 In this task I am going to describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in two organisations I have selected which are Tesco and...
...Organizational Behavior Case Assignment
Barbara Norris: Leading Change in the General Surgery Unit Fall 2010
1. What are the key issues that Barbara Norris faces at the GSU? Why are they important to the organization?
Barbara faces a bewildering array of obstacles to success in the General Surgery Unit (GSU) at Eastern Massachusetts University Hospital. Based on reputation alone, it was clear that her new unit had serious issues long before she took her position as Nurse Manager of its 33 member nursing staff. Having held an informal, off site meeting with her nurses, she has identified 9 of their chief complaints. These complaints can be mostly categorized under three of the most common stressors: incivility, work overload, and lack of task control.
Incivility is manifested in complaints of a lack of collaboration, contribution acknowledgement, and advocation on the staff’s behalf. Occasionally, staff interactions are punctuated with bursts of frustration and anger. Work overload is evident in that older nurses tend to overlook their responsibilities as mentor in favor of getting their own work done as fast as possible, resulting in feelings of stagnation and isolation among the younger staff members. Lack of task control is apparent in the belief that assignments are random and unearned, the perception of favoritism, the secretive performance review process, and the inescapable shift from traditional nursing duties...
Unit 2 Project
Go to an online career/employment site, such as Monster.com or Jobing.com. Search for jobs in the psychology field. You may also review and use the job descriptions/classifieds provided in the Unit 2 Readings, if you like. After you have explored the job listings for a while, choose two of the jobs that interest you.
Then, for each job, complete the following using the template provided:
1. List the job title and job description.
2. List the skills needed for the job, taken both from the job description and your own analysis of the job. Be sure to list at least five skills, three of which are specific skills in the psychology field.
3. Explain why each of the skills listed in #2 would be needed to succeed in the position you have selected.
Save your project and submit it to the Unit 2: Project Dropbox. The dropbox is located at the top of this class on the blue toolbar. For additional help on submitting to the dropbox, see the Dropbox Guide under the Academic Tools tab.
Unit 2 Discussion
After looking over several different types of jobs that someone with a degree in substance abuse could hold I settled on Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers. The main tool used for this job is a computer and a variety of different data bases are used to retrieve information that is relevant to the client. I would also be required to have a working...
...Hello Students and welcome to the course.
Some starting thoughts for you.
The lessons are divided into the three specific exam contents Unit A, Unit B & Unit C. You can
study the units in any order so you may wish to start off with familiar topics to help you get into
study mode. The first step will be to decide which unit you wish to study first. I would
recommend studying one unit then sitting the exam for that unit and then move on to the next
one. This means that you have only a small fraction of information to remember and retain for the
exams. It can be a lot to sit all exams in one exam period as you then have 30 lessons to read
through and sit the exams in three consecutive days. You can study the lessons in your chosen
unit in any order you choose.
Please also note that as well as the time spent studying the course materials there is also the
private reading requirement where you will need to research items you think you need more
information on and a time to study case laws and studies as well as legislation as a diploma
answer in an exam should not only answer the question but prove your knowledge by backing it
There are PDFs of the separate Unit Lessons, Unit A PDF is after the last lesson under the Unit A
heading, the same with B & C PDF’s. These can be downloaded to your...
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Unit 27 Dealing With Challenging Behaviour
You are a nurse who works in a busy A&E department in a city hospital. Because you are experienced and highly regarded your manager has asked you to mentor some new nurses who have just qualified.
Because A&E often has difficult and violent patients, your manager has asked you to give these new nurses some guidance on how to deal with challenging behaviour that they may encounter.
ABOUT THIS UNIT
Dealing with challenging behaviour is a high priority for people working in the health and social care sectors.
In their day-to-day routines, workers encounter a wide variety of behaviour which can significantly, and adversely, affect the quality of the lives of those involved. It is important, therefore, that learners understand the contexts in which such behaviour occurs in order to develop their knowledge and understanding of the causes and effects of challenging behaviour, and the range of methods used to deal with it.
Health and social care workers are bound by professional codes of practice and legislation which determine how they must respond in particular situations. Learners must understand these legal frameworks and the outcomes they can have for workers and service users. This unit aims to develop learner knowledge and...