Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations
Page 1 – Contents Page
Page 2 - Describe 4 factors, 2 internal and 2 external, which impact on the employment relationship
Types of Work Contract and employment status
Examples of legislation that impact on peoples working hours
Page 3 -Examples of legislation that impact on peoples working hours
Four ways in which the legal system supports working parents.
Page 4 - 2 reasons why it is important to treat employees fairly in relation to pay
Concepts of direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, Harassment and Victimization the equalities legislation that relates to each
Page 5 - Psychological Contract
Fair and unfair …show more content…
If they do, it must be at least seven hours long and include the period from midnight to 5am. Night workers should not work more than eight hours daily on average, including overtime, where it is part of a night worker’s normal hours of work. Nightly working time should be averaged out over a reference period, which is usually 17 weeks. This period can be longer if agreed in a workforce or collective agreement. However, a night worker cannot opt-out of the night working limit average of 8 hours on night work every 24 hours.
4. Four ways in which the legal system supports working parents
In order to make it possible for both parents to continue to work there have been a number of Acts and regulations to encourage and help families. Not only do these cover the mother but they also cover the partner as well. Organisation’s are severely dealt with if any of these regulations and legislation is broken.
The Maternity and Parental Leave Regulations 1999 allows female employees to time off for anti- natal care, paid and unpaid maternity leave. It also gives mother’s the choice to return to work after their child has been born.
The Employment Act 2002 entitles partners to take paid paternity leave subject to the required notice being given for the purpose of caring for the child or supporting the mother.
Paternity & Adoption Leave Regulations 2002 allows paid and unpaid adoption leave for families. You can take up to a year