Mployers Duty of Care and Issues of Compensation

a?Assignment #3 a Employeras Duty of Care

View the video: a?Employeras Duty of Carea? Scipt of video is provided. Write a 4 page report that answers the following:

1. Explain what scope of employment is and whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employment.a?

2. Explain whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury.

3. Explain whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime.

4. Explain the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario.

The format of the report is to be as follows:
o Typed, double spaced, Times New Roman font (size 12), one inch margins on all sides, APA format.
o Type the question followed by your answer to the question.

NOTE: You will be graded on the quality of your answers, the logic/organization of the report, your language skills, and your writing skills.

The assignment will be graded using the following rubric:

Outcomes Assessed a? Analyze employee rights to health and safety in the workplace.
a? Use technology and information resources to research issues in law, ethics, and corporate governance.
Grading Rubric for Assignment #3 Employeras Duty of Care

Criteria 0
Unacceptable 20
Developing 30
Competent 40
Exemplary
1. Explain whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employment.a? Did not complete the assignment or did not sufficiently explain whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employmenta?; omitted key information and/or included irrelevant information. Explained with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained partially whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employmenta?; omitted key information. Explained with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained sufficiently whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employment.a? Explained with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained fully whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employment.a? Explained with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
2. Explain whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury. Did not complete the assignment or did not sufficiently explain whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury; omitted key information and/or included irrelevant information. Explained with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained partially whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury; omitted key information. Explained with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained sufficiently whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury. Explained with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained fully whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury. Explained with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
3. Explain whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime. Did not complete the assignment or did not sufficiently explain whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime; omitted key information and/or included irrelevant information. Explained with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained partially whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime; omitted key information. Explained with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained sufficiently whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime. Explained with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained fully whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime. Explained with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
4. Explain the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario. Did not complete the assignment or did not sufficiently explain the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario; omitted key information and/or included irrelevant information. Explained with less than 70% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained partially the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario; omitted key information. Explained with 70-79% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained sufficiently the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario. Explained with 80-89% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic. Explained fully the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario. Explained with 90-100% accuracy, thoroughness, and logic.
5. Clarity
Did not complete the assignment or explanations are unclear and not organized.
(Major issues) Explanations generally unclear and not well organized.
(Many issues) Explanations generally clear and/or organized. (Minor issues) Explanations very clear and well organized.
(Added helpful details.)
6. Writing a Grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, APA usage.
Did not complete the assignment or had 8 or more different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Major issues) Had 6 7 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Many issues) Had 4 5 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Minor issues) Had 0 3 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage.












Video 38: EMPLOYERaS DUTY OF CARE AND
ISSUES OF COMPENSATION

Script

FADE INa INTERIOR AUTO DEALERSHIP SHOW ROOMa DAY
Herman is in his shirt sleeves. In the BG we SEE Shelly talking with a customera the salesroom is busy. Our older actress, who plays various roles, is here playing Sally, a saleswoman. She is also busy, and all our characters look tired.

FAVORING SHELLYa who sprints across the sales floor to Herman.

Shelly
Herman! What do you say we sell the blue jade Ultima for fifteen five?

Herman
That one have the extended option package?

Shelly
Yes.

Herman
Okay. Sounds fine.

A BEATa a change of mood. Herman looks at Shelly in a knowing way.

Herman (continued)
This is working. Look, we offer them a free oil change . . . everyone wants to take advantage of it . . . and while theyare waiting for their car to be serviced, they come into the show room and check out all of our new models.*1

Shelly
Youare right, Herman. This was a good idea . . . but take a look out at the lot.

ANOTHER ANGLEa on Herman and Shelly, as they look out the salesroom windows.

Shelly
All those cars are waiting to be serviced. My goodness, there must be, what, more than twenty of them . . .

Herman
Whatas wrong with the service department?

ANOTHER ANGLEa as Herman spins around, grabs the phone off the nearest desk, punches the intercom button, and we HEAR:

Herman (on intercom)
Jake, I need to see you pronto.

Shelly
Itas going to mess up the whole promotion.

Herman
He may already have.

ANOTHER ANGLEa Jake, the service manager, comes into the show room. (Note: Jake is a sixty-year-old man. He wears thick glasses, a Rally Motors cap, and the overalls of a service manager.) Jake takes off his glasses and rubs his eyes. Heas dirty, greasy. There are dark circles under his eyes. Heas been working long hoursa too long. Now Jake rubs his back. He has arthritis, and working under cars hurts it. Now Jake leans against one of the new cars and looks at his hand, which has blood on it.

ANOTHER ANGLEa as Herman sees Jake.

Herman
Whatas happening? Weave got twenty cars backed up, waiting for their free oil change.

Now Jake has leaned against one of the new cars on the show room floor, and Herman has also noticed that Jakeas thumb is bleeding.

Shelly
Oh Jake, what happened to your thumb?

Jake
I tried to tighten my thumb with a torque wrench.*3

Herman moves Jake off the car while Herman pulls out his handkerchief and wipes the car.

Herman
You see those cars waiting for their oil change?

Jake looks out the window.

Jake
Yeah . . .

Shelly
Well, whatas the problem? Why are you all backed up?

Jake

Mployers Duty of Care and Issues of Compensation

Watch video (link: watch?v61vLmD8zkt8) and answer these questions:
1.Explain whether Jakeas actions are in or out of a?his scope of employment.a?
2.Explain whether or not Herman is responsible for Jakeas injury.
3.Explain whether or not Jake should be paid the overtime.
4.Explain the rights Jake and Herman have individually in this scenario.

Paper needs to include relevant legal issuesand analysis and also sample court cases.