No discrimination against any employee based on age, sex, religion, region, caste etc.
Right to be treated with respect and dignity.
Right to be paid wages as per the applicable government rules and regulation.
Right to be heard (grievance redressal).
Open door policy: any employee has the right to voice his/her opinion to higher authorities within the organization.
Right to know the risks and hazards of specific job on health before employment with the organization.
Right to avail informed leaves as per the policies of the organization.
Right to avail weekly off as per the policy.
Right to avail salary on time, as applicable.
Right to know details of performance appraisal regarding weaknesses and improvement required, status of grading etc.
Right to be appraised for growth and development within the organization; based strictly on merit.
Right to information regarding key performance indicators and key deliverables, to enable understanding of the role.
Right to seek clarification and obtain information, on any item in the accounts of the establishment.
Right to have equal opportunities of employment regardless of age, gender, caste, region, religion and economic strata.
Right to have all training and orientation as per the job specification.
Right to get all the benefits of employment at par with other employees.
It is Negotiation of issues or conditions of employment by an organized body of the employees and the employer.
Negotiations often relate to regulating such issues as working conditions, employee safety, training, dismissals and layoffs.
A legislation written to ensure an employees safety, health and wellbeing in the work place.
It is the employers responsibility to ensure that an employee is protected while at work.
To adhere to professional work practices as per the hospitals rules, regulations and practices.
To provide complete and accurate information to the hospital management during employment process.
To learn and follow safety rules and practices that has been established for the job position. Employer cannot discipline the employee for willful violations of safety rules or standard. Every employee has to comply with safety standards & protocols; wear proper masks & follow hand hygiene; report unsafe & hazardous work conditions to the supervisor; report the job related injuries; and seek treatment promptly.
To maintain confidentiality. Employees should not divulge confidential data/ secrets or any other valued information gained during the employment to any other individual or institution while in service or even after leaving the service.
To treat patients, patients relatives, clients, co-workers with respect and dignity.
To understand and adhere to patients right and responsibilities.
To report for duty on time.
Employee represents the hospital, so they should behave professionally on & off the job and should come in descent formal clothing. Employees should be strictly prohibited for consuming any kind of toxic substances (tobacco, pan masala, or alcohol) on and off their job.
To avail leave after sanctioning it from HOD & intimation to HR department.
To use mobile phone of the hospital for official purpose only.
Not to interfere or misuse of any material resources provided by the hospital. To ensure office stationary is minimally used and not misused. To switch off Fan/A.C/Light Computer etc. while leaving the work place.
To accept, where applicable, adoption to the environment to ensure a safe and secure stay in the hospital for self ,co-workers, patients and others.
To follow the dress code policy of the institute.
To inform HR department in writing if there is any change in the permanent/ local address.
To mark the attendance daily in the biometric machine at the time of arrival and departure from the institute.
To report immediately to the hospital management or HR about untoward incident, dangerous unsafe practice, any king of malpractice or corruption and any type of harassment.
All the staff members should enroll their bio metric punching (in and out) on daily basis.