To be awarded the Care Certificate you must meet all of the outcomes and assessment requirements. Your assessor will let you know if you are undertaking the full Care Certificate as part of your induction or if your role means you are only able to complete part of it.
Legislation protects employees from discrimination of different types. Direct discrimination Direct discrimination happens when an employer treats an employee less favourably than someone else because of one of the above reasons.
For example, it would be direct discrimination if a driving job was only open to male applicants. There are limited circumstances in which an employer might be able to make a case for a genuine occupational requirement for the job.
For example, a Roman Catholic school may be able to restrict applications for a scripture teacher to baptised Catholics only. Indirect discrimination Indirect discrimination is when a working condition or rule disadvantages one group of people more than another.
For example, saying that applicants for a job must be clean shaven puts members of some religious groups at a disadvantage. Indirect discrimination is unlawful, whether or not it is done on purpose.
It is only allowed if it is necessary for the way the business works, and there is no other way of achieving it. For example, the condition that applicants must be clean shaven might be justified if the job involved handling food and it could be shown that having a beard or moustache was genuine hygiene risk.
Harassment You have the right not to be harassed or made fun of at work or in a work-related setting for example, an office party. Harassment means offensive or intimidating behaviour - sexist language or racial abuse, which aims to humiliate, undermine or injure its target or has that effect.
For example, allowing displays or distribution of sexually explicit material or giving someone a potentially offensive nickname. Victimisation Victimisation means treating somebody less favourably than others because they tried to make, or made, a complaint about discrimination.
For example, it could be preventing you from going on training courses, taking unfair disciplinary action against you, or excluding you from company social events.
Being treated unfairly for other reasons If you are treated unfairly, but it is not for one of the reasons listed above, it may be that you are being bullied. Bullying should never be acceptable in or outside of the workplace. Bullying in the workplace If you are trying to take up your statutory rights and your employer treats you unfairly for this, you may be able to take legal action.
For example, your employer is not entitled to mistreat you because you've asked to be paid the National Minimum or Living Wage. Other rights where you are protected from being mistreated because you have asked for them in good faith include: You can call the LRA helpline on from 9.
If you are a member of a trade union, you can get help, advice and support from them.Working in a way that reduces the likelihood of discrimination Training Summary You can reduce the chances of discrimination happening by the way that you work. As a health or social care worker, it is your duty to work in ways that promote equality, diversity and inclusion.
Jun 13, · set forth ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting 3. develop how practices that support equality and inclusion curb the likelihood of discrimination.
core 1 Understand the importance of equality and inclusion The learner can: 1. Where can discrimination occur? Discrimination is unlawful if it happens in the following areas: Work. You are protected from discrimination in the workforce by law, including full time, part time, casual or contract work.
Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work settings. Direct discrimination in the work setting occurs when nursery policies which applied to everyone might on purpose disadvantaged children from particular group. A practitioner may intentionally or intentionally categories children in a.
Way in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting How to challenge discrimination in a way that encourages change A range of sources of information, advice and supports about diversity, equality and inclusion. Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting The fact that there is some institutionalized discrimination within some work setting cannot be .