Every business has a responsibility to ensure it follows the relevant rules and regulations. If you are an employer, make sure you do everything you can to get it right. Equally, as an employee, you should also be aware of your own responsibilities, as well what your rights are and what your employer should be doing with regard to, for example, pay, contracts, time off and working hours.
Rights and responsibilities at work – the link to productivity
Having clarity on rights and responsibilities in the workplace and communicating policies effectively can make a real difference to productivity.
What does an organisation where people are clear about their rights and responsibilities look like?
- There are clear and accessible written statements of rights and responsibilities.
- All policies and procedures are openly communicated and reflect the culture, values and expectations of the organisation.
- Employers and employees have access to good quality, straightforward advice and information.
- Organisations are clear on their written and unwritten expectations and values, particularly relating to behaviours.
If our advice pages on rights and responsibilities at work don’t answer your question, you may seek additional information and professional guidance from People at Work Consultancy Services by sending your question/s to [email protected] we will strive to give you feedback within twenty four hours.