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Q: explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to anti-discriminatory practice
A: Anti-discriminatory practice basically means working in a way that does not discriminate against anyone. It is dangerous for workforces to assume that all staff automatically operate in an anti-discriminatory way. [ Many staff may not be aware that they are being discriminatory, so it is therefore essential for employers to recognise the importance of training and mentoring staff to align
themselves with your anti-discriminatory policy. ]
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User: explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to confidentiality

User: explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to anti-discriminatory practice

Weegy: Anti-discriminatory practice basically means working in a way that does not discriminate against anyone. It is dangerous for workforces to assume that all staff automatically operate in an anti-discriminatory way. [ Many staff may not be aware that they are being discriminatory, so it is therefore essential for employers to recognise the importance of training and mentoring staff to align themselves with your anti-discriminatory policy. ]
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User: explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to health&safety

Weegy: Without a job description how would you apply for a job, both you and your employer need to know the perimeters that you will work to to be able to determine: the responsibility; the type and class of work you will do and pay scales. [ Unions will always never agree to working conditions that are not safe or health and safety valued,, however, the employer has a right to expect that when you are working in a firm that your time is productive so implementing ways of working by the use of 'Time and Motion' studies is not regarded as being taboo. That is why it is essential that there is communication between employer and employee or the employee's representative, the Union. or both parties you need parallels on how both the employee and employer are protected by the law and strict rules of conduct to perform the working duties. ]
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User: explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to health and safety

Weegy: Without a job description how would you apply for a job, both you and your employer need to know the perimeters that you will work to to be able to determine: the responsibility; the type and class of work you will do and pay scales. [ Unions will always never agree to working conditions that are not safe or health and safety valued,, however, the employer has a right to expect that when you are working in a firm that your time is productive so implementing ways of working by the use of 'Time and Motion' studies is not regarded as being taboo. That is why it is essential that there is communication between employer and employee or the employee's representative, the Union. or both parties you need parallels on how both the employee and employer are protected by the law and strict rules of conduct to perform the working duties. ]
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