business organisation has adapted its working arrangements to accommodate legislation relating to rights and responsibilities of employees and employers.
1202 words 5 pagesD1: Evaluate the extent to which a selected business organisation has adapted its working arrangements to accommodate legislation relating to rights and responsibilities of employees and employers.
Minimum wage, flexible working provision, disability provisions and holiday entitlement are procedures which are taken into consideration with legislation to rights and responsibility. I am going to evaluate these two and state what NHS did in relation to these right and responsibilities laws.
The minimum wage requires employers to pay their employees a minimum amount of money which is based on the current version of the law, which is raised every year to adjust the living costs. There are some advantages and …show more content…
In some cases, policyholders who continue to be disabled, past the time which is stated in their policy, they may be able to have their payments paid for the exact period of their disability. Premiums often succeed as deductible business expenditure.
For policyholders, some policies provide to receive part of all of their accumulated premium payments at age of 65, which is provided that have never fallen victim to disability.
Expensive for example to install ramps and lifts, doorways to accommodate wheelchairs
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Distribution whilst it’s been put in place
As there are approximately 11 million adults in the UK who have a disability this means that there are some doctors with disabilities and NHS benefits from employing staff with disabilities because it increases diversity of the workplace and doctor with disability could have better relation with the patient because of the similar experiences. The ‘Access to work’ scheme was set up by the government. According to the directgov website:
‘Access to Work might pay towards the equipment you need at work, adapting premises to meet your needs, or a support worker. It can also pay towards the cost of getting to work if you cannot use public transport. If you need a communicator at job interviews, Access to Work may be available, too.’
In my opinion it is good for the NHS to have disability provisions for their staff as it shows that they are working towards having