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What are Organisational Codes of Practice?
organisational codes of practice are written by a business to set out it's own standards for customers. Sometimes these are know as Customer Charters, particulary in the public sector.
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What are the Codes of practice?
Industry codes of practices: are rules/codes that relate to many different types of organisations in a particular industry such as production/advertising. Like health and safety, machine training for people who manufacture goods and rules saying that they have to do tasks in a currant way. Organisational codes of practice: organisational codes of practice are written by a business to set out it's own standards for customers. Sometimes these are know as Customer Charters, particularly in the public sector. Professional codes of practice: They are often set out by workers (professionals) on behalf of there members. Would be a professional/worker setting out minimum working hours Ethical standards: Standards that are based on trading fairly with suppliers and customers to prevent dishonest practices, corruption. Example For pg tips one of there ethical standards is to pay the people who pick the tea leafs a good amount (fair) draft
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Explain how codes of practice advise and guide employees and professionals on a variety of business matters in the workplace?
Codes of practice provide a written guide to employees and professionals, in order for them to demonstrate best practice, fairness, justice and equality in the workplace. Codes of Practice take a variety of forms, but include aspects of employment law, managing people at work, health and safety, etc. Many Codes of Practice have emanated from bodies such as ACAS and The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, such as discipline and grievance, recruitment and selection, disability discrimination, equal opportunities and diversity, etc
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What is the voluntary code of practice?
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