The employer/employee relationship and welfare In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found.
To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the learner is able to:
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BTEC BND Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business
Unit number and title
Unit 14 – Aspects of Employment Law
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Assignment 3 – The employer/employee relationship and welfare Purpose of this assignment
To demonstrate your understanding of the rights and obligations of the employer and the employee in the workplace.
Learners would be required to work in groups and prepare answers for the following questions based on the case of Pepper v Webb  2 All E.R. 216
Questions on Pepper v Webb  2 All E.R. 216:
1. In which court was the case of Pepper v Webb (1969) heard? 2. What are the names of the judges who heard the case of Pepper v Webb (1969)? 3. How much did the claimant get paid per week?
4. What was the notice period in the contract between the clamant and the defendant? 5. On which date did the claimant refuse to carryout lawful and reasonable orders? 6. What action did the claimant bring against the defendant? 7. What was the decision of the court of first instance, Dorking County Court? 8. What was the decision of the Court of Appeal?
9. Briefly explain summary dismissal.
10. What remedy was the defendant entitled to?
Learners will also be required to answer questions based on the criteria below.
Joint problem solving between employer and employee
Suggest a suitable procedure that an employer might use to deal with employment disputes. This procedure should be one that is capable of being incorporated into an employment contract. Trade unions.
Define what a trade union is and state the rights of an employee under section 146 Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 Employment tribunals, ACAS, staff associations
Identify the composition of an employment tribunal panel. In other words who has the authority to hear an employment tribunal case? What does occupational health screening involve?
Give examples of types of employments where potential workers may be required to undergo occupational health screening What is redundancy? Explain the provision in section 139 Employment Rights Act 1996 What type of advice would you expect when you are about to made redundant? A brief discussion of the nature of the advice and guidance you would expect to receive when subject to redundancy.
[Summarise evidence required, e.g. ‘leaflet’, ‘presentation notes’ etc.] [tick boxes]
Handwritten notes containing information responding to questions on the rights and obligations of the employer and the employee in the workplace.
Inclusion of applicable legal authority in handwritten notes
Sources of information
Lecture notes available on Moodle