Discrimination Act worker

Human resources, or HR, is all about managing the people who are in your business. They are as important as ant other resource. You must recruit new workers, promote old workers and so on… a basic definition of human resources is the people who work for your business. HR is also linked with contracts of employment, fringe benefits and wages. People will play a huge part in your business they are the one resource that make other resources operate.

Hours Of Business Although my business is generalised as a garage it is not a ordinary garage that just fixes broken cars, this is only one service that my business will offer. It is because of this my business will open and close at these times: Monday: 09:00 – 17:00 8 Hours Tuesday: 09:00 – 17:00 8 Hours Wednesday: CLOSED Thursday: 09:00 – 16:00 7 Hours Friday: 09:00 – 17:00 8 Hours Saturday: 10:00 – 20:00 10 Hours Sunday: 09:00 – 15:00 6 Hours My Staff I will require 3 – 4 employees in store at all times to work on all the different tasks that must be done, because of this I will start off employing seven workers, including a young part time worker to assist in installing car parts and I will not need to pay them that much. This will give all workers including myself an average of 40 hours a week.

Discrimination Act A induction is a period of training for workers who are new to a business. In an induction they find out about the business. Most importantly they find out exactly how they need to do their job properly. My business will give inductions to ensure that are workers know what they will have to do, where they will have to go when they get in to work, ensure they know the health and safety regulations and who to speak to if something goes wrong.

Induction Programme 8:30 New staff members arrive in office. 8:45 Tea + Coffee in a conference, soon after Manager will produce a welcome presentation. 9:20 Small meeting so workers can get to know each other with breakfast provided. 10:00 Tour around the business, show emergency exits. 10:20 Show worker what to do when they come in where to put their belongings. 10:30 Explain their job to them in depth. 12:00 Open store and start work. In the future I will have to offer training for other types of parts for new cars that come out.

Equal Opportunities Equal opportunities means everyone has the same chance. The laws I will have to stick to when employing are the: Equal Pay Act 1970 – this act states that both sexes should be paid the same for doing the same work. Sex Discrimination Act 1975 – This act make sure that there is no discrimination in the recruitment, promotion and access to facilities and benefits between men and women. 

Race Relations Act 1976 – This act makes it unlawful for anyone to be discriminated against on the grounds of colour, race, nationality or ethnic origin. Disability Discrimination Act 1995 – This act makes it unlawful for a person to treat a disabled person differently than others. It also requires employers to make adjustments to working conditions to allow for a disabled person to work there.