Describe The Procedure To Follow If You Want To Raise A Grievance At Work

Words: 1512
Pages: 7

Bi-Describe the terms and conditions of your contract as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement.
Answer-Turn up to work at the required times, wear the correct uniform, holiday entitlement , pay rate and confidentiality.

Bii-Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slip/statement.
Answer-Hours worked, employee number, NI insurance number, tax code, payment before deductions and payment after deductions and hourly rate.

Biii-Identify two changes to personal information which you must report to your employer.
Answer-Change of address or Medical condition.

Biv-Describe the procedure to follow if you want to raise a grievance at work.
Answer-Refer to flow chart.
-See attatched.
…show more content…
So in these examples, both the individual, and the care-giver have laws that protect them.
Government Initiatives - well, that's a pretty general term as well which could also be interpreted in many different ways. Initiatives - I think of entitlement programs. Social Security, SSI, Welfare, WIC, HEAP, HUD, etc. These programs governmental initiatives provide additional support to people.

a)Identify two different representative bodies which influence your area of work.
Care managers: care managers are very important to our work they laise with staff, residents and relatives to ensure the best care is given and the right decisions are being made. Ensuring best practise is carried out in and maintaining the records of your clients, In the adult services field you will be offering counselling and looking after vulnerable elderly people and delivering nursing care.

OT(Occupational Therapist): job roles; undertaking patient assessments of physical, communication, interaction and cognitive skills planning and providing appropriate treatment/graded activities giving advice and arranging support for family members, carers and clients undertaking general administrative tasks, for example writing reports, making telephone calls, maintaining records and case notes liaising with doctors, family members/carers and other professionals and keeping them updated planning further treatment and