Redundancy payments Discrimination and equality Working hours Age requirement 1. 4 Sources and types of Information and advice available in relation to employment responsibilities and right are: ACS -Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Services CAB – Citizens Advice Bureau Unions and representative bodies Work contract Policies and procedures Terms and conditions Job descriptions 2. 1 The terms and conditions which are covered in my contract are: My job title Hours of work Absence Sick pay Notice of termination Grievance procedure The disciplinary procedure. . 2 My paisley contains the following information: My name and home address Tax code (Basic Rate) National Insurance Number Deductions (including tax and national insurance) Year to date The total that have been paid so far this financial year Net pay 2. 3 In the event of a grievance the very first step is talking to the manager. If the outcome is not satisfactory then you can make a formal grievance complaint.
The procedure should include the following steps: writing a letter to your employer setting out the details of your grievance, next a meeting with your employer to discuss the issue, and finally if the employer’s decision is still not distractions then an appeal from the employers decision can be made. Your employer should arrange a further meeting to discuss your appeal, and you have a right to ask either a colleague from work or a trade union representative to accompany you to the meeting. . 4 The personal information that I must be kept up to date with my own employer are: My phone number – both mobile and land line Address Bank details New health information which could affect my job Any criminal convictions 2. 5 The agreed ways of working with my own employer are within my job description. I am also expected to arrive at work on time, be polite and professional, to follow policies and procedures correctly to be respectful of other peoples’ background and personal choices.
My employer must provide me the correct tools I need to do my job in the best condition possible, as said in The Health and Safety Act, 1974 law (egg Personal Protective Equipment). 3. 1 The service undertakes to provide everyone with a safe service which promotes clients’ independence, dignity, and choice, while ensuring their home is a safe place to live; to promote clients’ control over their lives, maintaining skills and independence and ensure that all needs are met on an individual basis, encouraging the clients to make their own, informed decision about how their needs are met.
Similarly, my role is to provide care to a standard and in a way that is accepted and promoted by my company. 3. 2 By providing the clients with adequate care and following good practice I help to fulfill the company’s goals as well as meet the individuals’ needs. By supporting the clients in their physical care needs as well as social, intellectual and emotional needs, and liaising with other agencies, I promote the clients’ lath and well-being. 3. 3 My role involves making sure that our clients are provided with adequate care and support.
It is important to understand the limits of the role and seek assistance to deal with issues which are beyond the scope Of social care, and liaise with other agencies to provide seamless care such as arranging and attending appointments, carrying out treatment, and therapy regimes. 3. 4 The main bodies that influence the Health and Social Care sector are government departments, professional bodies, trade unions, various skills councils and regulatory bodies. The main roles and responsibilities of the overspent departments are a duty to promote the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of their communities.
The professional bodies have a number of functions. They may set and assess professional examinations, provide support for Continuing Professional Development through learning opportunities and tools for recording and planning, publish professional journals or magazines, provide networks for professionals to meet and discuss their field of expertise, issue a Code of Conduct to guide professional behavior, deal with complaints against professionals and implement disciplinary procedures.
The representative bodies such as trade unions play an important role and are helpful in effective communication between the workers and the management. They provide the advice and support to ensure that the differences of opinion do not turn into major conflicts. The central function Of a trade union is to represent people at work. But they also have a wider role in protecting their interests. The sector skills councils create the conditions for increased employer investment in skills which will drive enterprise and create jobs and sustainable economic growth. The regulatory bodies exercise a regulatory function:
Impose requirements Restrictions and conditions Set standards in relation to any activity Secure compliance & enforcement 4. 1 There are different pathways available within Health and Social Care sector, Adult Social Care Healthcare Arts Therapy, Clinical Support Staff/Healthcare Assistant Dentistry & Dental Hygiene Medical Doctors & Surgeons Medical Sales & Marketing Nursing & Midwifery Paramedic & Ambulance Services Physiotherapy Rehabilitation & Occupational Therapy Psychological Therapy Speech & Language Therapy Social Care Adoption & Fostering Alcohol & Substance Misuse Children & Families
Domestic violence Housing & Homelessness Learning Disabilities Mental Health Older People, Physical & Sensory Impairment Sexual Health Social Work Youth Work & Youth Justice 4. 2 There is information available in colleges and training organizations, websites like careerist, carelessness, Subsist SKI, etc; also NASH Careers, Direct Gob Careers, and from your manager & colleagues). The Internet also has a wealth of information available. 4. 3 When I complete my NV level 3 in Health and Social Care I would like to start level 5. I would also like to so courses relating to dementia and mental lath. . 1 There have been numerous investigations into the quality of care provided by care homes and domiciliary care companies. The investigation into the abuse of children in North Wales care homes, and abuse of the elderly in Wintergreen View & Cedar Grove Were started by individuals who complained either to ICQ or various newspapers and television news broadcasters. 5. 2 There are various viewpoints around cases of abuse which have caused public concern. Lack of funding and government cuts. Lack of specialist training and keeping up to date with new guidelines and regulations.