Unit 201 L3 H&Sc

Unit 201 - Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health social care or children and young people's settings
Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work
1.1 -List the aspects of employment covered by law
  * Contracts of employment and working hours- Includes types of worker, employee rights, overtime and changes to contracts.
  * Dismissing staff and redundancies- Resignations, dismissals, disciplinaries and redundancy pay.
  * Health and safety at work- Accidents, health and safety law and workplace conditions.
  * Payroll- PAYE for employers, getting started, reporting and paying HMRC, expenses and benefits.
  * Pensions for your staff- Includes workplace pensions and Combined Pension Statements.
  * Recruiting and hiring- Advertise a job, Disclosure and Barring (DBS) checks, discrimination law and apprenticeships.
  * Statutory leave and time off- Includes maternity and paternity leave, holiday entitlement and sick pay.

1.2 -List the main features of current employment legislation
  * Health and safety.
  * Employment rights.
  * Equality and discrimination.

1.3 -Outline why legislation relating to employment exists
Legislation relating to employment exists to keep the employers, employees and people receiving care safe, by protecting the rights of employers and employees by providing rules and legislation to be followed.

1.4 -Identify sources and types of information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and rights
By reading up on:
  * health and safety at work act
  * riddor
  * human rights act
  * disability discrimination act
  * data protection act
You may also find and source information from a trade union representative, your contract, managers, team leaders, the CQC and CSIW

Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer
2.1 -Describe the terms and...