R5012i 10 ERR Workbook 1 Essay

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Employment Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)
Workbook

How to complete this pack
1. Save a copy of this document to your computer, adding your name to the file’s title.
2. Read through each section of the ERR Learner Pack.
3. Complete the questions by typing in, selecting or clicking the appropriate check box.
4. If you are unable to complete the whole pack in one go, save it to your computer and finish it later.
5. Once completed, save the document and email or print, and hand it to your Vocational Learning Advisor.
What happens next?
Your Vocational Learning Advisor will mark your work, give you feedback and on satisfactory completion will issue you with a certificate of recognition.

Target 1 - Statutory Rights and Responsibilities

1.1 Contracts of Employment - How it affects you...
You will need to know about your own contract of employment and written terms and conditions statement, the system of payments used and the related documentation.
1. What date is your salary paid and how often?

2. What period of notice should you give if you wish to leave your job?

3. What benefits/conditions would you receive as a part time worker compared to a full time worker?

You will also need to know what you should do if you have a grievance about the terms and conditions of your employment.
4. If you have a grievance, who would you go to?

5. List two employment rights based on your employement status.

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1.2 - Anti-discrimination - How it affects you...
You will need to know about Equal Opportunities policies and procedures in your workplace and any exemptions from current legislation which are relevant to your occupation:
1.

What are the different types of ‘discrimination’?

2.

Give three examples of aspects that are covered by sex discrimination law.

3.

Give three examples when sex discrimination does not apply.

4.

Name five aspects of employment relating to age that fall under the protection of the
Equality Act 2010.

5.

Name three examples of age discrimination during the recruitment process.

6.

Give three examples of disability discrimination.

You will also need to know the steps that you should take if you experience or witness discrimination and/or bullying at work.
7. Who should you contact in the first instance if you experience or see such behaviour from colleagues at work?
Name:

Job Title:

8. In the absence of the above person, who would you contact?
Name:

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Target 1 - Statutory Rights and Responsibilities

1.3 - Working Hours, Holiday Entitlements and Payslips - How it affects you...
You will need to know about your working hours and the steps you should take to request a period of time off work, including the organisation’s rules that apply to time off work for different reasons.
1. List three items that appear on your pay slip and explain briefly what they mean. (For example,
National Insurance Number, National Tax Code).

2. What are the maximum number of hours per week your employer can ask you to work?

3. How many days paid holiday are you entitled to?

4. Which law covers your working hours?

5. What is the current national minimum wage rate of pay?

6. What is working time?

7. How much maternity leave are mothers entitled to and how is it paid?

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Target 1 - Statutory Rights and Responsibilities

1.3 - Working Hours, Holiday Entitlements and Payslips - How it affects you...

8. What condition applies for you to qualify to receive Statutory Maternity Pay?

9. How much paternity leave are fathers entitled to officially?

10. What is parental leave and how long is it for?

11. Who do you contact to request time off work?

12. What is the position for allowing time off for the public duties of employees?

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Target 1 - Statutory Rights and Responsibilities

1.4 - Sickness Absence and Sick Pay -…