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Workers' rights - woman worker

Workers' rights - woman worker

Ako e pā ana ki ngā kaimahi’ tika e ka tiaki koutou i roto i te wāhi mahi.

Learn about workers’ rights that will protect you in the workplace.

Kia kitea e koe he mahi, whai koe etahi tika ki te tiaki ia koutou i mahi. He kaimahi te kāwanatanga US’ ture tika e mea te nui moni me hanga e koe. He hoki ture e pā ana ki te tini o haora ka taea e koe te mahi a te pehea tou kaitukumahi akono koe. Tō kaitukumahi Me whakarato i tētahi wāhi haumaru, me te hauora mo ki a koe te mahi.

Once you find a job, you have certain rights to protect you at work. The US government has workers’ rights laws that say how much money you must make. There are also laws about how many hours you can work and how your employer treats you. Your employer must provide a safe and healthy place for you to work.

utu

Wages

utu iti

Minimum wage

hanga te kāwanatanga e hānga ana ture mo te whenua katoa. Ko te kāwanatanga kāwanatanga hanga ture i roto i to ratou āhua. Te kāwanatanga e hānga ana, me nga ahua kua he whakaturia he utu iti. utu iti, ko te nui i raro i te tikanga utu kaitukumahi ratou kaimahi. Ko te utu iti hānga ko $7.25 ia haora. tikanga o tēnei e te kaituku mahi ki hea i roto i te United States ME utu koutou i te iti rawa $7.25 ia haora.

The federal government makes laws for the whole country. The state governments make laws in their states. The federal government and every state have a set a minimum wage. Minimum wage is the lowest amount that employers must pay their employees. The federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. This means that an employer anywhere in the United States MUST pay you at least $7.25 per hour.

State utu iti

State minimum wage

I te tahi taime te mea teitei ake i te utu iti e hānga ana te utu iti kāwanatanga. hei tauira, te āhua o California he utu iti o $8.00 ia haora. Arizona he utu iti o $7.65 ia haora. I roto i enei āhua, Me utu kaitukumahi kaimahi te nui teitei.

Sometimes the state minimum wage is higher than the federal minimum wage. For example, the state of California has a minimum wage of $8.00 per hour. Arizona has a minimum wage of $7.65 per hour. In these states, employers must pay workers the higher amount.

utu iti me te tohutohu

Minimum wage and tips

Tips he moni i kiritaki ki te whakawhetai koe mo tou mahi. e kore e Tips ngā i roto i te nui kai pupirikana ranei. Ki te mahi koe i roto i te wharekai ranei i roto i te mahi i reira riro koe tohutohu o neke atu i te $30 he marama, ka taea te koe mahi rite te “kaimahi nōhia te.” Me utu kaimahi nōhia te i te iti rawa $2.13 ia haora me ratou tohutohu. Me kia neke atu i Tips $5.12 ia haora kia e kowhetetia tonu koe i te utu iti hānga o $7.25 ($2.13 + $5.12 = $7.25).

Tips are money from customers to thank you for your service. Tips are not included in the meal or tax amount. If you work in a restaurant or in a job where you receive tips of more than $30 a month, then you can be employed as a “tipped employee.” Tipped employees must be paid at least $2.13 per hour plus their tips. Tips must be more than $5.12 per hour so that you are still earning the federal minimum wage of $7.25 ($2.13 + $5.12 = $7.25).

utu rite

Equal wages

I roto i te tahi mau whenua, Kei te rerekē utua tangata me nga wahine. Heoi, US ture e kore e tukua tenei. Ki te kei te mahi i koe te mahi taua rite te tahi-kaimahi, Me utua koe te taua. kia whiwhi ano hoki e koe te utu te roanga taua, haora hararei, me mōhio. Kaimahi kia anake tiki atu ki te he ratou i roto i ngā tūranga rerekē. taea hoki te utu ratou ake, ki te whai ratou pūkenga pai ranei ake wheako.

In some countries, men and women are paid differently. However, US laws don’t allow this. If you are doing the same job as a co-worker, you must be paid the same. You should also get the same overtime pay, vacation hours, and bonuses. Employees should only get more if they are in different positions. They can also be paid more if they have better skills or more experience.

Ētahi atu kaimahi’ tika

Other workers’ rights

Whakahāweatanga

Discrimination

ture whakahāwea whakatenatena kaitukumahi ki te utu iwi i ngā rerekē, me te ki te hamani katoa te taua. Ko reira ture hoki ki te NOT hei kaituku mahi utu koutou no te mea o:

Discrimination laws encourage employers to hire people from different backgrounds and to treat everyone the same. It is illegal for an employer to NOT hire you because of:

  • Ira
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Disability: he raruraru tinana te mate ranei
  • Age: te 40 pakeke ranei
  • takenga National: haere mai koe i te wahi
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Disability: having physical problems or an illness
  • Age: being 40 or older
  • National origin: where you come from

wharanga mahi

Work injuries

Ka taea e wharanga tupu ki a koutou i te mahi. Ki te whara koe i te mahi, Ko reira tino nui ki te korero ki to koutou kaiwhakahaere matau atu. Me hoki koe ki te kitea te tākuta ki te hamani i to outou wharanga. kaimahi’ Ka taea e ture utua tiaki koutou tika ki te whai maimoatanga. Etahi o koutou maimoatanga me utu taea te utua hoki e koutou kamupene.

Injuries can happen to you while working. If you get hurt while working, it is very important to tell your manager right away. You also need to find a doctor to treat your injury. Workers’ compensation laws can protect your rights to have treatment. Some of your treatment and wages could be paid for by your company.

Matau ki te tūmataiti

Right to privacy

e kore e whakaaetia tō kamupene ki te titiro ki o koutou mea whaiaro. tō putea, peke, ume rokiroki, me briefcases he hoki koe anake. Ki te riro koutou mēra e kua tou ingoa i runga i te reira, e kore e whakaaetia to koutou kaiwhakahaere ki te pānui i te reira.

Your company is not allowed to look at your personal things. Your purse, bags, storage lockers, and briefcases are only for you. If you receive mail that has your name on it, your manager is not allowed to read it.

Ki te whakamahi koe i te rorohiko mo te mahi, whakaaetia tō rangatira te ki te titiro ki o koutou īmēra. Ki te whakamahi koe i te waea, whakaaetia e te tahi mau kamupene ki te whakarongo ki o koutou waea me ngā karere. he rerekē hoki nga kamupene tenei. kore koe e mea tuhituhi mea kino e pā ana ki to koutou kamupene ranei.

If you use a computer for work, your boss is allowed to look at your emails. If you use a phone, some companies are allowed to listen to your phone calls and messages. This is different for every company. You should never say or write negative things about your company.

whakamutunga taurite

Unfair termination

te tikanga whakamutunga ta'etotonu e ua pupuhi koe mo te take ture. Ki te whakaaro koe e ngaro e koe tou mahi no te mea o te whakahāwea, he whara mahi, inonotitanga ranei, kia whakaaro koe e pā ana ki korero ki te rōia. He ture e tauturu i te iwi ki te workers'rights.

Unfair termination means that you got fired for an illegal reason. If you think that you lost your job because of discrimination, a work injury, or harassment, you should think about talking to a lawyer. There are lawyers who help people with workers’rights.

Ki te whakaaro koe mea ture e tupu i roto i to koutou wāhi mahi, korero atu ki tou kaitukumahi. Ki te kore e taea ki te āwhina i tō kaiwhakawhiwhi mahi, tuhituhi iho te mea kei te tupu. Kia Me koe tenei mōhiohio muri.

If you think illegal things are happening in your workplace, tell your employer. If your employer is not able to help, write down what is happening. You may need this information later.

haumaru wähi mahi

Workplace safety

Me hanga tō kaitukumahi tino he haumaru koutou wāhi mahi, me te kahore mōrearea. Mōrearea e mea e taea kino ki a koe, pērā i ngā matū ranei taputapu haumaru ranei taputapu. I te tahi taime, titau tou mahi ki a koe te mahi i te tahi mea haumaru. hei tauira, kia whai i te kaimahi hanga ki te piki ake ki runga ki whare roroa. I raro i te ture, kaitukumahi i ki korero ki a koutou e pā ana ki te mau fifi pea i te wāhi mahi. hoki i ratou ki te whakangungu koe i roto i te reo e matau koe. Ki te ite koe te kite ranei he haumaru te tahi mea e kore e koutou kaiwhakahaere mohio e pā ana ki, korero ki a ratou.

Your employer must make sure your workplace is safe and without hazards. Hazards are things that can harm you, such as chemicals or unsafe tools or equipment. Sometimes, your job requires you to do something unsafe. For example, a construction worker might have to climb up on tall buildings. Under the law, employers have to tell you about the potential dangers at the workplace. They also have to train you in a language that you understand. If you feel or see something is unsafe that your manager does not know about, tell them.

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