Health and Social Care Level 3 Essay

1503 WordsJun 21, 20127 Pages
Claire Lewis Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health,social care Task B: Your role Bi. Describle the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement The terms and conditions of your employment are a statement and instruction of what the employer's expect of their staff and your job description. Employer's expect their staff to read and follow the policy and procedures that the home have. to attend all training and update they have and to attend supervision and any obserations. Bii. Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slip/statement. · Company name · Employee's name · Tax code · Date · Payment period · Payment method ·…show more content…
For example: All information which has been acquired by you during or in the course of your employment, or has otherwise been acquired by you in confidence. Relates particularly to the business of home, and that of its residents, other persons or bodies with whom the home has currently or has been in the past dealings of any sort and has not been made public by or will the authority of the home. shall be confidential and unless required by law you shall not at any time, whether before or after the termination of employment. 7. Whistleblowing Employee must make the disclosure to their employer or someone acting on behalf of the employer such as the home manager. It could also be a legal adviser or groverment minister. The disclosure is in the first instance to raise his/her concers. Making sure you make a written report to keep in the files. Bvi. Explain how your role contributes to the over all delivery of the service provided Each employees role contributes to the smooth running of the home. To ensure the health and safety of all the residents and employees in the home. If some employees fail to follow the code of practice and policy and procedures then they will fail to work as part of a team which could effect the staff and the
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